Man thrown from wheelchair before thieves steal his cellphone

San Francisco police are looking for three men about 30 years old who threw a man from his wheelchair before stealing his cellphone from around his neck early Wednesday morning.

The victim, a 58-year-old man, was in the unit block of Mary Street when at about 2 a.m. three suspects approached him and pushed him out of his wheelchair, according to police.

The suspects then stole the victim’s cellphone from around his neck. He was uninjured in the attack, police said.

Further information about the suspects or crime was not immediately available.

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