Two suspects in the armed robbery of a South San Francisco business on Friday night are still at large, police said.At about 11 p.m. Friday, two men brandishing handguns entered a business in the 3500 block of Callan Boulevard. The first man jumped over a counter, pointed a black handgun at the male cashier and demanded that he open the cash register, police said.The second suspect pointed his black handgun at a customer and demanded the person’s wallet and cell phone,police said.Both suspects then exited the store and fled in a white Toyota Camry.Officers with the Daly City Police Department spotted the car traveling north on Skyline Boulevard and determined that it was stolen. They began a pursuit but the chase was cut short when the driver of the Camry crashed into a parked car, police said.Four males ran from the Camry, but police arrested two of them, both 17, a short distance away.Police determined that the teens were carrying a large sum of money in small denominations. One teen is from Oakland and the other is from Pacifica, police said. Their names have not been released.One of the handguns was recovered.