DALY CITY (CBS SF) — A man being pursued for suspected shoplifting Sunday night threatened a loss prevention officer by displaying a machete and possibly a handgun before fleeing on a San Francisco Muni bus, Daly City police said.

The in-progress shoplifting was reported to police about 6:30 p.m. at the Walgreen’s store on Mission Street.

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The loss prevention officer told officers he confronted a man who was seen shoplifting and then walking out of the store without paying.

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The loss prevention officer said that when he kicked the basket the man was carrying, causing merchandise to fall to the ground, the man raised his shirt “to display a wooden handle of a machete in his waistband and the blade running down the subject’s pants leg,” police said in a report. The employee also reported seeing a pistol handle in the man’s waistband.

The suspect picked up some of the merchandise and stuffed it in his shirt before boarding the Muni bus.

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The 59-year-old loss prevention officer was not injured, police said.