A group of 7-10 teen assailants attacked a Market Street cyclist Monday evening, pepper-spraying him then stealing his property.

Police say that the crime occurred at 9:49 p.m. Monday evening near the intersection of Fifth and Market Streets, near the Powell Street BART station and cable car turnaround.

According to the San Francisco Police Department, "a group of 7-10 juveniles" surrounded a 44-year-old man as he unlocked his bike.

One of the teens, who police say was about 15 years old, sprayed the victim with pepper spray then took his bike and cell phone.

The suspects then fled in an "unknown direction." According to the SFPD, the bike was later recovered, but no arrests have been made in the case.