Group fleeced by two armed goons in the Mission

Two men fleeced a group of four people at gunpoint in the Mission district Wednesday night, police said.

The two crooks, described by police as men aged 25 to 30, approached the group in the 700 block of Guerrero Street about 11:30 p.m. and one of them pulled out a handgun and demanded everyone's possessions, police said.

One of the victims was reportedly moving too slow for the gun-wielding goon, so he pistol-whipped the victim in the head, police said. The crooks then fled with the victims’ property.

The groups' losses included cash and wallets from each victim, two laptops, a backpack, car keys and a cellphone.

The group was comprised of three men, aged 25, 26 and 34, and one 26-year-old woman. The victim struck in the head was the 25-year-old man, police said. He was treated at the scene for swelling to the back of his head.

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