Marin teens robbed after agreeing to play dice in San Francisco 

They lost everything and didn't even have a chance to roll the dice.

Two teenagers from Marin were robbed on Sunday by a group of hoodlums the teens thought just wanted to play dice, police Officer Albie Esparza said.

The two male victims, aged 14 and 18, ate at the McDonald's at Fillmore Street and Golden Gate Avenue about 8:10 p.m. when they were approached by four male suspects, aged 17 to 21, police said. The suspects asked the teens if they wanted to play dice and the teens said yes.

The suspects led the victims to a garage in the 1000 block of Fillmore Street, Esparza said, and proceeded to tell the victims that they weren't going to play dice but were going to be robbed instead.

The punks went through the victims' pockets and stole their cash and wallets, cellphones, headphones, belts and basketball shoes. The crooks fled the scene on foot and no arrests have been made. The victims were not injured in the robbery.

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