Two early morning robberies hit pedestrians near Dolores Park 

Examiner Staff Writer

Two robberies were committed just minutes apart in the Mission District near Dolores Park early Friday morning.

Police have yet to say if the crimes were related, but the two robberies bear similarities. In the first incident, two Hispanic males in their mid-20s allegedly drove up to two victims near 20th and Guerrero streets at 2:27 a.m., demanding money at gunpoint, according to the San Francisco Police Department. The victims fled from the scene before their armed assailants could take anything.

Six minutes later,  a 39-year-old woman was confronted by two armed men—both allegedly Hispanic males in their mid-20s—at 22nd and Dolores streets. This time, the thieves made off with the victim’s wallet, laptop, cell phone and iPad, police said.

In the first case, the suspects were driving a two-door black Honda, according to police reports. The vehicle in the second incident was described as a dark two-door compact car.

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