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Wednesday, June 23

2:15am: A man was reportedly stabbed by another man on 9th St. A security guard reportedly witnessed the incident and struck the suspect, who fled in the direction of 9th St. and Market. The victim suffered a non-life threatening stab wound to the back and was transported to SF General. An unknown number of witnesses allegedly saw the initial stabbing and followed the suspect to an unknown location, where they reportedly stabbed the suspect multiple times. Witnesses saw him at Fell and Laguna, and called 911, after which he was transported to SF General. The suspect had an unknown number of non-life threatening stab wounds.

3:20am: Two women reportedly approached a man and robbed him at knifepoint on the 2000 block of Mission St. The victim received non-life threatening cuts to his left hand during a struggle with one of the women as the other woman allegedly took the possessions in his pocket. The victim was then transported to SF General. No arrests have been made.

6:58pm: SFFD responded to two bush fires on the 400 block of Mission St. They extinguished the fires and determined that they were a result of arson. Officers responded and made a police report, but no arrests have been made.

Thursday, June 24

12:10am: A man reportedly entered through a window of another man’s room while his roommates were in the house. The suspect reportedly kicked open the victim’s door and took his television. One roommate reportedly witnessed the suspect walking out with the television. No arrests have been made.

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