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Dec. 17, 2021
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Increasingly desperate car owners in the San Francisco Bay Area are leaving their trunks wide open in a bid to avoid having their windows smashed in by looters.
From ABC 7, "Bay Area car break-ins are on the rise, prompting some auto owners to leave their trunks open":
"I'm shocked," said former San Francisco Police Department Deputy Chief Garret Tom. "There's so much that can go wrong here."These smash and grabs are happening in cities across the US but San Francisco appears to be the absolute worst when it comes to car break-ins.
From KPIX, "San Francisco Sees 3,000 Car Break-Ins in 1 Month; 'It's Out of Control'":
“It’s out of control. We have people that are doing this – are breaking into cars in Nob Hill, then they go down to Fisherman’s Wharf, then they come out here. Then they go to another part of the city and the police can’t chase the cars, it’s considered a misdemeanor,” said Alan Byard, a San Francisco Patrol Special Police Officer.Dion Lim, a crime beat reporter for KGO-TV San Francisco, shared multiple videos of such break-ins she said were "targeting Asians."
Note: leftist cities like San Francisco and New York City are now using "hate crime" enhancements as a workaround to try and get these thugs off the streets.
Lim has seen so many videos of these fellas in action she has decided to get firearms training:
The rooftops are calling!
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