Armed robbers hold up bar near Noe Valley

Armed robbers hold up bar near Noe Valley

Three armed men in their 20s barged into a bar in the southern end of Noe Valley and robbed the establishment Thursday night, said police.

After entering the bar, the men demanded money and went behind the bar. Then they fled the scene.

Police have not named the bar, but did say the incident occurred on the 1600 block of Dolores Street, which lies in between 29th and Day streets.

No one was hurt in the Thursday night robbery, which occurred around 11:50 p.m.

No arrested have been made in the case.

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