Weekend sees four violent robberies in San Francisco 

Various victims’ goods were seized by violent goons during the course of the weekend, cops said.

On Saturday just before 11 p.m., three brutish teenagers approached a 20-year-old woman at Mission and Main streets, police said. One of the punks grabbed her while the other two ripped the purse off her shoulder. The three suspects were later arrested.

Thirty minutes later in the 5100 block of Geary Boulevard, two unknown suspects snuck up on a 23-year-old woman from behind, pulled her sweatshirt over head and threw her to the ground, police said. They took her cell phone and sweatshirt and fled.

On Sunday around 11 p.m., two men in their 40s approached a 56-year-old man at Leavenworth and Eddy streets, punched him in the face, took his cash and fled.

Then, early Monday morning around 1 a.m., a 26-year-old man was approached in the 600 block of Geary Street by two men of unknown age who punched and kicked him until he fell to the ground, cops said. They searched his pockets and stole his money.


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