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

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 the victim. Police have identified and photographed almost all of the recovered items but some items such as “SD Memory Cards” are still being processed.

Important instructions on how to make a claim for an item:

1. The email address to make a claim is: centralstationsit@yahoo.com
2. Type in the file name associated with the photo(s) on the “subject” line of the email.
3. Type in the description of the item from the photo on the body of the email.
4. Type in the serial number (if available) from your records on the body of the email.
5. Type in any police report incident number (if available) on the body of the email.
6. Type in your contact information: Name, phone number, and address.

Full story: http://www.sanfranciscopolice.org/index.aspx?page=3763&recordid=577

Take a razor blade to your registration sticker—and peel off the mound of old stickers first

There was another report of a registration sticker stolen from the license plate of a car parked on Holly Park Circle this past week.

Tip from a neighbor: Besides thinly slicing the reg sticker with a craft knife or utility blade (to make it impossible to remove intact), try tugging/scraping off expired registration stickers before applying your new sticker against the license plate and pressing it flat. (Thanks for the tip, Ralph!)

The following are Glen Park crimes from the Ingleside Station Newsletter

Monday, December 3rd, 2012
Nothing in the report from Glen Park

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012
Nothing in the report from Glen Park
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To view the complete Ingleside Daily Newsletter, visit:
http://www.inglesidepolicestation.com/

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