Armed goons rob Laurel Heights business

A business in San Francisco’s Laurel Heights was robbed by armed goons Tuesday, police said.

Two unknown suspects entered the business in the 3000 block of Geary Boulevard around 9 p.m., cops said. One of them had a black handgun.

They demanded the combination to the safe from one of the three women who worked there. None of the employees had the combination, cops said.

The bandits took cash from the register instead and fled, police said. No one was injured and no arrests have been made.

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