Woman Attacked In Tenderloin Liquor Store

A woman was allegedly punched in the face and kicked by two women at a Tenderloin liquor store early Friday morning in San Francisco, police said.

The robbery was reported at 1:55 a.m. at the Superette 128 liquor store at 128 Eddy St., police said.

Two women, identified later as San Francisco residents Caressa Guy, 34, and Tanda Davis, 42, approached a 31-year-old woman inside the store and Guy allegedly punched the victim.

The victim then fell to the ground where both Guy and Davis allegedly punched and kicked her before taking her money and fleeing on foot.

Arriving officers quickly found the two women in the first block of Turk Street and took them into custody.

Police said the victim complained of pain to her face from the attack, but declined medical attention.

Sasha Lekach, Bay City News

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