San Francisco Bay Area Violent Crime

Woman Robbed in Daly City

A suspect who may have stuck a knife to a woman’s back in a robbery Sunday morning in Daly City is at large, police said Thursday. At 9:36 a.m. officers went to a home in the 200 block of Miriam Street after someone called to report the robbery. The victim said she parked her vehicle at Santa Barbara and Parkview avenues, got out the vehicle and heard footsteps behind her. The victim walked up the steps to her home and when she got to the top a person pushed her from behind.

The suspect then held her in the corner of the door and she felt what may have been a knife to her right side, according to police. The suspect told the victim in Spanish, “Give me your wallet, be careful, don’t call police.” The suspect grabbed the victim’s wallet, turned around and walked down the front steps and toward northbound Miriam Street.

Police said the victim was able to describe the suspect as a Hispanic man, 6 feet tall and wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt with the hood over his head.

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