Dangerous dames kidnap woman, force her to withdraw money from bank

Dangerous dames kidnapped a 60-year-old woman and forced her to withdraw money from several banks Tuesday, just one example of recent criminal mayhem in San Francisco.

1500 block of Sloat Boulevard
1 p.m. Tuesday

A 60-year-old woman was kidnapped at gunpoint from a store parking lot and robbed of her cash by two female thugs. The crooks, who were in their 50s, forced the victim to drive them to several banks to withdraw money. The thugs then asked for a lift to Stonestown Galleria Mall.

Mission and Seventh streets
9:20 p.m. Tuesday

A 46-year-old man leaving a sandwich shop came upon three hooligans jumping up and down on the bumper of his truck. The thugs pepper-sprayed him and swiped his backpack and laptop from the cab of the truck before fleeing.

19th Avenue and Rivera Street
11:30 p.m. Tuesday

A 24-year-old woman was broadsided by a brute that ripped her purse from her shoulder, knocked her to the ground and fled.

300 block of Powell Street
12:10 a.m. Wednesday

A 43-year-old man was beaten with a metal pipe and robbed of his cellphone after an argument over that cellphone. The suspect fled. The victim’s injuries were not life threatening.

rnagle@sfexaminer.com

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