Hungry thief swipes burrito, cash in armed hold-up

This thief was hungry for more than a burrito.

A man robbed a store in downtown San Francisco on Sunday, police said.

The crook walked into the store in the 200 block of Sutter Street about 12:25 a.m. and grabbed a burrito, police said. The crook, described by police as a man in his 30s, proceeded to the register where he brandished a gun and demanded the cash.

The 36-year-old man behind the register complied and the crook fled with the cash. No arrest has been made.

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