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Vehicle smashes through San Francisco CVS in brazen robbery attempt

A damaged storefront with caution tape, a traffic cone, a damaged wall, and a view into the cluttered interior.
A vehicle smashed in the front door of a CVS store near Twin Peaks in an attempted robbery. | Source: Courtesy photo

A vehicle smashed into a San Francisco CVS store near Twin Peaks early Thursday morning in an attempted robbery, police and store employees told The Standard.

A CVS employee for the store on Portola Drive, who was not authorized to speak to the press, said the burglars shattered the store’s front door and broke an ATM but failed to steal anything. The employee added that store operations were not disrupted.

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A photo obtained by The Standard shows the damage to the front door.

The suspects had fled the scene when officers arrived, and no arrests have been made, police said.