Police are seeking two unkind teens following a morning attack on a man in the Mission.

According to the San Francisco Police Department, a 41-year-old man was walking near 24th and Bryant Streets at 9:25 a.m. Thursday when the crime occurred.

Police say that the victim was approached by two teens — one, around 18 years of age, the other around 16. The duo demanded the older man's money, according to the SFPD. When the victim stated that "he has no money," the pair assaulted the man, sending him stumbling to the ground.

The miscreants then fled on foot, police say.

The victim was injured significantly enough by the fall that he was transported to San Francisco General Hospital, police say., noting that his injuries aren't considered life-threatening. The suspects remain at large, according to the SFPD, and haven't been seen since.