General Crime

* Man was pepper sprayed and robbed by three teens after exiting a sandwich shop in San Francisco

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A man was pepper sprayed and robbed by three teens after exiting a sandwich shop in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood on Tuesday night, police said. The robbery was reported at about 9:20 p.m. near Mission and
Seventh streets. The 46-year-old victim had parked his truck outside the store and gone inside, and when he returned, he saw the three teens jumping on the vehicle’s bumper, according to police.

When the man ordered them to get off, one of the teens sprayed him with pepper spray, then went into the cab of the truck and took the man’s laptop and backpack, police said.The teens then fled and hadn’t been found as of this morning.

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