Teen left in the dust in kidnap-robbery

A group of audacious goons held up, kidnapped and robbed a teenager Monday before dropping him off in another neighborhood, cops said.

The 19-year-old victim was at Fillmore and Herman streets around noon when two of the three suspects, described by police as Hispanic men aged 19-25, came up behind him and shoved a black semiautomatic handgun into his back, police said.

The teenager was herded into their car, which was driven by the third suspect. Police said the car was a ’90s-model, brown two-door Toyota Corolla.

They then drove him to Fulton Street and Arguello Boulevard, where they searched his belongings and robbed him of cash, police said.

The punks let the victim out of the car and took off, police said. No arrests have been made.

rnagle@sfexaminer.com

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