Two arrested in Mission robbery 

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A Mission district business was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday, police said.

An employee was walking out of the business in the 3100 block of Mission Street about 6:45 p.m. when he encountered three men, one of whom had a shotgun and pointed it at the man’s chest while the others pushed him back into the building.

The victim attempted to grab the shotgun, police said, but the suspect racked a round and ordered everyone inside the business to the ground.

One of the other suspects grabbed everyone’s cellphones and emptied the safe at the business, police said.
The three crooks fled in a car that was waiting at Mission and Valencia streets, police said, but at least two of the suspects have been arrested.

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