Two stabbed for lack of cash, two others robbed in SF crimes 

Two men were stabbed when they didn’t fork over any cash to crooks this week but two others were fleeced of their goods.

Market and Seventh streets
8:20 p.m. Wednesday

Three thugs stabbed a man, 19, in a robbery attempt, police said. The goons, described as 19-year-old men, demanded money and when the victim refused they stabbed him in the back and fled.

17th and Taraval avenues
3 a.m. Thursday

A 27-year-old man was robbed at gunpoint, police said. A gun-toting goon jumped out of a car and demanded the victim’s cellphone and wallet. The crook  got back in the car and fled.

Unit block of Sixth Street
1:30 a.m. Thursday

A 35-year-old man was stabbed by a man asking for money, police said. The victim declined to give the creep cash so he pulled out a knife and stabbed the victim in the leg and fled on foot.

900 block of Market Street
2:25 a.m. Thursday

Three ruffians assaulted a man and stole his cash, police said. The suspects, described as men in their 30s, demanded cash and when the victim tried to walk away, they assaulted him.

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