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SFPD releases surveillance video of robbery suspects
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco police hope video they released Tuesday will help them capture the people who robbed and pistol-whipped a man last summer in the Western Addition.
The video is from the department's new online crime-fighting tool called "The Line-Up" which features security camera video of unsolved crimes. The incident happened July 5 outside a building at Laguna Street and Cleary Court. The robbers got away in a silver newer-model Dodge Charger. Anyone who recognizes the criminals or the car is asked to call the San Francisco Police Department.
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