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Police searching for alleged convenience store robber in San Francisco

Published Saturday March 11

The suspect stole an unknown amount of money and fled the store in a beige or gray Mercedes…

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco Police Department is investigating a convenience store robbery that happened on Fri in South San Francisco.

Authorities responded to a report of a robbery around 2:28 in the morning in the 2300 block of Westborough Boulevard

The suspect entered the store, pulled out a crowbar in front of the clerk, and demanded money from the register, according to police.

The employee was not injured in the robbery.

The suspect stole an not known amount of money and fled the store in a beige or gray Mercedes Benz SUV that had no license plate.

Article length: About 140 words.
Tags: South San Francisco
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