An extremely late night at a Chinatown bar turned into a bit of a bummer Sunday morning, when a patron was first robbed then shoved out of the establishment.

The San Francisco Police Department says that the crime occurred at a bar on Wentworth Place, an alley that runs between Jackson and Washington Streets at 4 a.m. Sunday.

According to the SFPD, the 26-year-old male victim was at the bar when "he noticed his wallet was missing." When he looked around, he "saw 2 females counting money," money that the suspect apparently believed was his.

When he attempted to raise a fuss, as many as nine people (seven men aged 20-30, and two women in that same age group) "pushed [him] out of the bar" and kept his property, including his wallet, glasses, jacket, driver's license, debit card, and cash.

According to the SFPD, no one's been arrested in this case, and all nine of the suspects remain at large.

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