Cellphone swipers take a shine to victim’s shoes

A woman was robbed at gunpoint Wednesday morning and left standing barefoot on a sidewalk, police said.

The 44-year-old woman was walking in the first block of Pearl Street near Hayes Valley when two men approached with a gun and forced her to hand over her cellphone, wallet and shoes, police said. The two then fled, and no arrests had been made as of Wednesday.

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