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* San Francisco’s Mission Street jewelry store was robbed at gunpoint

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A jewelry store on San Francisco’s Mission Street was robbed at gunpoint on Friday afternoon, police said.The robbery was reported at about 1:15 p.m. Friday at a business in the 3100 block of Mission Street near Cesar Chavez Street. Three suspects, two armed with black semi-automatic handguns, entered the store, police said. One went to the back and held two men inside at gunpoint, while the other two ransacked the store. All three then fled. No one was injured in the robbery.The suspects had not been found as of this morning.

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  • Do you think the lazy SF police will find them? Just go to West Portal Starbucks and you will see 5 or 6 squad cars!!!!! Or go to Noe Valley Star Bucks same CRAP!!!!! They only hang in the nice area,ha ha ha ha San Francisco is so full of Sh$t when it comes to the police, but funny no one even care???????

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