Authorities have recently confirmed attacks involving three Asian seniors that occurred on the same day in San Francisco.
On March 28, the police responded to a call about a violent robbery on Felton Street at around 6:30 p.m., according to KRON4
- Authorities confirmed that two Asian women, aged 60 and 55, were assaulted and robbed of their belongings.
- The victims suffered non-serious injuries and were treated at the scene by responding medical personnel.
- The suspects, who fled in a nearby vehicle, have yet to be identified.
On the same day, a 72-year-old man was hit on the head by an unidentified assailant near Washington Street and Drumm Street, according to ABC7’s Dion Lim
- The victim, Chien Su, lost consciousness and fell to the ground.
- He was robbed of his camera and lens, estimated to be worth around $17,000.
- Su, who was alone when the incident occurred, told Lim, “If I was in a group my chances would be much less to become a target.”
- The San Francisco Police Department responded to Su’s call in less than three minutes.
- His assailant, however, has yet to be apprehended.