Fight over pizza slice led to San Francisco beating death

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SAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco police are looking for a woman they say beat a 65-year-old man to death with a cane in an argument over a slice of pizza.

The San Francisco Chronicle reports Wednesday that Harvey Grosser of San Francisco has died, nearly a week after he was struck with a metal cane in the South of Market neighborhood.

Surveillance footage showed an unidentified woman hitting Grosser and police are looking for her.

Police say an argument over a pizza slice led to the fatal attack.

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