Daly City Police Department. (Brendan Bartholomew/Special to S.F. Examiner)

Three carjacked, forced to remove cash from ATM in Outer Sunset

Police have arrested a 21-year-old man who allegedly forced his way into a car Tuesday night and made the occupants withdraw money from an ATM before taking them on a long drive.

The incident began at 11:19 p.m. at 19th Avenue and Noriega Street when three people in their 20s — two men and a woman — stopped so one of them could remove cash from an ATM.

That’s when the suspect jumped into the the car and threatened the two inside and made them drive to 19th Avenue and Taraval Street where the man made them take money from an ATM.

He then made them drive into Daly City where police followed them back into San Francisco and arrested the man at Geneva Avenue at Alemany Boulevard.

The 20- and 24-year-old men, as well as the 24-year-old woman, were not injured.

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