Police make arrests in massive theft of electronics—is your stolen iPhone in this stash?

The Glen Park Association

Crime and safety update from our Collage Hill Neighbors.

Police make arrests in massive theft of electronics—is your stolen iPhone in this stash?

San Francisco police have arrested three suspects in a massive stolen property fencing ring operation specializing in electronic items. Over a thousand items, consisting almost entirely of electronics, including laptops, cell phones, hard drives, and accessories, were located inside the suspects’ residence, storage facilities, vehicles, and other locations. Police value the property at approximately $500,000 (plus $32,000 in cash).

The Central Station Investigative Team has posted photos of the property recovered on the link provided here: Click here to view photos of the recovered items

If the victim can identify the items, he or she should e-mail SFPD’s Central Station by using the link provided on the webpage. The victim must have either a case number from the reported theft or proof that the property belongs to…

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Police make arrests in massive theft of electronics—is your stolen iPhone in this stash?

The Glen Park Association

Crime and safety update from our Collage Hill Neighbors.

Police make arrests in massive theft of electronics—is your stolen iPhone in this stash?

San Francisco police have arrested three suspects in a massive stolen property fencing ring operation specializing in electronic items. Over a thousand items, consisting almost entirely of electronics, including laptops, cell phones, hard drives, and accessories, were located inside the suspects’ residence, storage facilities, vehicles, and other locations. Police value the property at approximately $500,000 (plus $32,000 in cash).

The Central Station Investigative Team has posted photos of the property recovered on the link provided here: Click here to view photos of the recovered items

If the victim can identify the items, he or she should e-mail SFPD’s Central Station by using the link provided on the webpage. The victim must have either a case number from the reported theft or proof that the property belongs to…

View original post 254 more words

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