SSFPD Media Release: Armed Robbery on the 100 Block of Produce

South San Francisco, CA   November 19, 2015   Submitted by SSFPD SSFPD logo color

On Sunday, November 15, 2015 at about 12:45 am, an armed robbery occurred on the 100 block of Produce Avenue. The adult male victim was reportedly approached by three unknown male subjects who ordered him to exit his vehicle. After the victim exited his vehicle, one of the male subjects placed a “sharp” object against the victim’s side and demanded money. The victim attempted to resist the attackers; however, during the process the victim was struck in the face by one of the subject’s fists. The victim sustained minor injuries and was robbed of an undisclosed amount of cash. After the suspects took the victim’s cash, they became startled by an oncoming vehicle and fled the area southbound on foot.

Suspects Description

SJ; African American male, approximately 24 years of age, 6’2″in height, stocky build , gold “Grill” on the upper row of teeth, wearing a black baseball cap with white letters “SF” on the front, long sleeve black shirt, black jeans and orange/yellow timberland boots.


S2; African American male, approximately 24 years of age, 5’7″ in height, average build, clean shaven beard, black baseball cap lowered to the brim of his forehead with a “flashy” silver shield design on the front, black long sleeve shirt and black Jose sagging jeans.


SJ; Hispanic male, approximately 16-17 years of age, 5’5″ in height, young like face, medium to dark complexion, wearing an unbuttoned black sweater, black shirt with a Mexican flag printed on the front (red, white, green) and the Mexican eagle emblem imprinted in the middle of the shirt.


The investigation is continuing. Anyone who may have information about this robbery is encouraged to contact the South San Francisco Police Department at (650) 877-8900. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous can call (650) 952-2244 or send an email

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