Friday

A 40-year-old man was robbed at gunpoint on Lexington between Sycamore and 18th streets shortly after 3 a.m., according to police. Two men described as in their 20s approached the victim, and one brandished a handgun while the other demanded his property. They took the victim’s two smart phones, two laptops, backpack and wallet before fleeing on foot. The suspects were later seen driving westbound on Sycamore Street in a white four-door Saab, 2008 to 2012 model.

No arrests have been made and no injuries were reported, police said.

At around 5 a.m. on Friday, police received a call regarding a robbery with a gun at 20th and South Van Ness streets. Two men approached the victim, a 41-year-old man, and one suspect brandished a handgun, demanding his property. The suspects, described as in their 30s, held the victim to the ground as they took his smart phone, MP3 player, bag and wallet.

The suspects fled on foot and no arrests have been made, according to police. The victim complained of pain, but no other information is available.

Saturday

A 26-year-old man suffered cuts to his face and ear while being robbed on 18th and Lexington streets, police said. At around 2:30 a.m., two men approached the victim and one held a knife to his neck. As the victim struggled to get away, he was cut in the face.

The two suspects — one described as between the ages of 25 and 30, the other between 30 and 35 — took the victim’s jacket, phone and wallet before fleeing on foot.

The victim’s injuries were not life-threatening and he was taken to the hospital. No arrests have been made, according to police.

The string of robberies continued when a 27-year-old woman was robbed by force on Mission Street around 9:30 p.m., according to police. Two men approached the victim, and one took an item from her back pocket. When she turned around, one of the suspects punched her in the face.

One suspect was described as between the ages of 20 and 25, the other between 25 and 30. No injuries were reported and no arrests have been made, police said.

Sunday

A 24-year-old man was shot in the foot and taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, police said.

The suspect, age unknown, approached the victim at 16th and Mission streets around 3:30 a.m. and asked where he was from. The victim replied that he was not in a gang and started to run. The suspect then shot him in the foot. The victim saw an older blue Buick fleeing the scene.

No arrest has been made, according to police.

A 53-year-old man was the victim of a robbery with force, police said. The victim was walking home on 20th near Folsom Street at around 5 a.m. when a 22-year-old woman approached him and they began talking. A 22-year-old man then attacked the victim from behind, knocking him to the ground and taking his wallet, phone and gold chain.

The victim suffered a swollen eye and a scraped knee. No arrests have been made, according to police.

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11 Comments

    1. Don’t worry about it, it’s gentrification that’s the real problem in the Mission – just ask Campos.

  1. So, thanks for the very general descriptions but where they white, black, brown?

    I mean, give someone something to look for. Is that too much to ask?

  2. I too would like more details about who the criminals are! Should we just be afraid of anyone under 30? Can we have some specifics? What they looked like, height, weight, hair color, eyes, what they were wearing, etc? These are all things that would normally be in a police report, so the data must be available….

    1. SafeStreets,

      Unfortunately, none of that info is available in police reports.

      Best, LM

  3. Sigh. I just feel like the Mission is dead. I’ve lived here for seven years, and it’s just….dead. This is my last year in San Francisco, and I couldn’t be more happy about that.

  4. It’s just a matter of time until an yuppie or hipster gets shot, and then all hell will break loose, an alternate supervisor will step forward, and Campos’ shoe-in bid for Supervisor will look like a long list dream.

  5. has there been a rise in crime? I was robbed recently after living here 7 years without incident. I would really like to see some investigative journalism (or a link to a site that does that).

  6. Remember: Campos’ main issue is free MUNI rides for youth. If he’s not watching out for crime, then it has to be neighbors block by block watching out for what’s happening on their street. Call, tweet, post, email … Neighborhood issues only come to the front when we make them an issue. Keep reporting stuff even if it seems like nothing is being done. As bad as these stories on ML are I am encouraged they are at least in the news.

  7. In the last Sunday crime entry, how do they know both perps were 22 years old when there were no arrests made?

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