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San Francisco Police Search for Robbery Suspects Who Kicked Woman



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    Suspect seen kicking a woman on June 30, knocking her unconscious.

    San Francisco police on Friday asked for the public’s help in identifying a suspect who brutally kicked a woman in the face after Pink Saturday, and his accomplices who are possibly connected to a string of other robberies and assaults.

    Police released video showing a portion of the June 30 assault at 1:50 a.m. The video shows a woman getting robbed by five men and one woman. One of the men kicked her so violently in the face, police said, that she was knocked unconscious.

    Still photos showed one suspect wearing a light baseball cap under close cropped hair.

    Police said the group appeared to in their late teens or early 20s, and are suspected of robbing other places between Castro Street and Civic Center on the same date and around the same time.

    "It’s one thing to rob somebody, which is certainly wrong," said SFPD's Albie Esparza, "but then to come back and maliciously and intentionally assault somebody…is certainly not OK with us  and is actually disturbing."

    Pink Saturday is a street party held the Saturday night before the San Francisco Gay Pride Parade.

    Please contact the SFPD Mission Station Investigation Team at 415-558-5400 with any information. You may also call anonymously at 415-575-4444 or text-a-tip to TIP411 with SFPD at the beginning of the message.


    NOTE: The video below contains content some might find disturbing.