Man robbed, pistol whipped in Tenderloin

A 59-year-old man was robbed by three men and pistol whipped by one of them Saturday night in the Tenderloin, according to police.

The 6:25 p.m. incident at Golden Gate Avenue and Market Street began when the victim was pushed to the ground by one of three men in their 20s.

The men then attacked the victim as he lay on the pavement. As one of the assailants struck the victim with a pistol, the others took his watch, ring and glasses.

The injured man did not go to the hospital after the attack.


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