Three robbed by gun, one by stick in San Francisco hold-ups 

Three men were held up at gunpoint in separate robberies early Tuesday morning, cops said. The three victims all lost at least on laptop among other items during the course of the crimes. Another man was clocked in the face with a stick and robbed Monday. No arrests have been made.

Amazon and Lisbon streets
9 p.m. Monday

Three thugs in their 20s hassled a 22-year-old man for his money, cops said. The victim claimed not to have any so one of the brutes hit him in the side of the head with a stick. The crooks fled with the victim’s gold necklace, cellphone and cash.

Unit block of San Pablo
12:30 a.m. Tuesday

A 35-year-old man was robbed by two men in their 20s, police report. The victim was sitting in his parked car when the thieves arrived. The bandits pointed a gun at the victim and demanded his wallet and iPhone. They then demanded he open his trunk and they stole a laptop from there and fled in the white, new model vehicle.

200 block of Douglas Street
1:20 a.m. Tuesday

Two men bum-rushed a 47-year-old man as he exited his vehicle, cop said. The hoodlums, described by police as men in their 20s, put a gun to the victim’s face and stole two laptops and a cellphone. The fled in a tan 90s-model minivan.

McAllister and Broderick streets
3:30 a.m. Tuesday

A 21-year-old waiting for the bus was held up at gunpoint by two men in their 20s, police said. The thieves fled on foot with the victim’s laptop and cellphone.

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