Trio Force Their Way Into Elderly Woman's Home, Threaten Dog and Demand Pills

Categories: Crime, Drugs

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We know what they're thankful for ...
San Francisco police are looking for a trio who forced their way into a 65-year-old woman's residence last night during a home invasion robbery.

According to Officer Albie Esparza, it was about 7:30 p.m. when the victim was inside her home on the 100 block of Taylor Street. She heard a knock at the door, and when she answered she found three people -- two women and a man -- at the door, insisting she owed them money and some prescription medication.

When the victim tried to close her door, the group pushed their way inside and continued demanding the pills and cash. The male robber grabbed the woman's pup and threatened to harm it unless the victim handed over her money and medication.

The victim, who claims to know the suspects, complied and gave the robbers her prescription pills. The suspects left and have not been seen since.

The suspects were described as follows:

A 5-foot-2 black woman, weighing about 120 pounds, with red hair. She was wearing a black beanie, a black "San Francisco" jacket. She was between 25 and 35 years old.

A 6-foot-2 black man weighing about 180 pounds. He was wearing a gray hoodie over a black hoodie, red shoes, and blue jeans. He was between 35 and 45 years old.

A 5-foot-2 black female, weighing about 120 pounds. She had short hair and was wearing a black leather jacket. She was between 25 and 35 years old.

And we know what they'll be chowing down on for Thanksgiving.

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