A man walking on a busy Mission District street was mugged at knifepoint this morning by a group of three women and one man.

It all went down at 4 a.m., police say, near 22nd Street and South Van Ness Avenue.

According to the San Francisco Police Department, the 37-year-old victim was approached by the male suspect, who brandished a knife and demanded the victim's property.

The victim tried to flee on foot, but sadly, he was unsuccessful. According to the SFPD, a vehicle driven by one woman and containing two more picked up the knife-wielding male, and chased the victim down. All four of the miscreants then "got out of the vehicle," police say, as one of the women pepper sprayed the victim.

The four suspects them went through the pockets of their incapacitated victim, police say, taking his cash, credit card, and cell phone. They then got back into their car and fled.

The victim was left with non-life-threatening injuries in the attack, according to the SFPD. All four of the suspects remain at large as of publication time, and no arrests have been made.

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