Can you hear me now? I’m on your stolen cellphone; got your cash, too

Calling all victims: Watch out for cellphone stealing goons in San Francisco.

7th and Mission streets
6:40 a.m. Wednesday

A lawless goon jacked a 24-year-old woman of her cellphone as she was using it at a bus stop. The thug pushed her, grabbed her phone and fled in a waiting vehicle. The car was a black 3-door Honda.

Church and 16th streets
7:05 p.m. Wednesday

Robbers slapped a 48-year-old man across the face and took his phone while riding the J-Church. The slap-happy crooks fled the vehicle and took off on foot.

2000 block of Mission Street
12:50 a.m. Thursday

A 49-year-old man was robbed at gunpoint by two men and a woman. A male thug held the gun as the woman went through the victim’s pockets. They fled with the victim’s wallet, cash and ID.

Ocean Avenue and Alemany Boulevard
12:05 a.m. Thursday

Three goons didn’t want to only threaten the victim. They punched the 23-year-old man in the face before stealing his cash.

rnagle@sfexaminer.com

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