Business robbed at gunpoint in the Mission

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A business was robbed at gunpoint in the Mission on Tuesday, police said.

Two women in their 60s were working at the business at 25th and Bryant streets about 4 p.m. when a man entered the store and pointed a gun at one of the victims.

She ran to the back of the store and was confronted by another suspect, police said.

The two women were able to flee the store out the back door.

Three suspects reportedly took the cash from the business and fled the store northbound on Bryant Street in a black 4-door vehicle. No arrests have been made.

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