Hooligans tie up merchant, rob business in Lower Haight

A business at Haight and Webster streets was robbed Wednesday night, police said.

Six black men, between the ages of 18 and 24, entered the business around 6:15 p.m. and were told by the 28-year-old merchant they were closed, cops said.

One of the crooks pulled out a gun and threatened the victim while the others tied him up and robbed the store, police said.

The victim wasn’t injured and no arrests have been made, cops said.

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