Mobile phone burglaries in San Francisco San Francisco
Mobile phone burglaries in San Francisco
4 young men had been in jail on the sidewalks of San Francisco on Tuesday, police reported, in conjunction that have at least four portable phone arm strong steals. Throughout the vicinity of Polk and streets of Hayes, the police reported the young people were involved in the same 16th December mobile phone theft from a mother. Police approached the woman who said that she encountered those five suspicious subjects while she was traveling on the Polk Avenue. A person in the party picked her up and took her mobile phone before she ran. On 20 December, North eastern Station officers responded to a burglary call on Hayes and Roads of Larkin.
Soon thereafter the Tenderloin District policemen addressed the burglary call in the region of Hyde and McAllister Roads. Police encountered the witness who reported her to be confronted by two male perpetrators while standing at the bus stop waiting for it to arrive. One of the suspicious perpetrators took the phone from the possession of the victim but all the perpetrators had escaped on their feet after the robbery.
The scene was met by an SFPD bike unit which arrested two male suspects of 15 years age. Police also met two more young men and brought them into detention after the search warrants for Richmand and Hercules were released. The suspects were eventually transported and charged on the robbery and treachery charges.