Lower Nob Hill stick up leaves man without cell, wallet or keys

A 33-year-old man was sitting in his car Monday night when someone opened the door, stuck a gun to his head and robbed him, said police.

The stick up took place at the intersection of Hemlock and Larkin streets at 8 p.m. when two men in their 20s approached the car and one of them put a pistol to the victim’s head.

The man with the gun took the victim’s backpack from the vehicle and the second suspect elbowed him in the face the then took the car keys. The pair also took the victim’s cell phone, which he had thrown on the ground.

The suspects, both men in their 20s, fled on foot.

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