Are You Obligated to Tell Out-Of-Town Visitors to Not Leave Anything in Parked Cars? Yes, Of Course – This is San Francisco

I tell everybody who comes to town.

It’s my obligation.

Now, let’s hear from Northern Station SFPD Police Captain Ann Mannix:

I just looked at our most recent crime stats and, no surprise to me, auto break-ins are up yet again… Help us out by taking anything valuable out of your car and encourage others to do so as well, especially your out-of-town visitors.”

Indeed.

Walking on, walking on broken glass in the Golden Gate Park Panhandle:

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2 Responses to “Are You Obligated to Tell Out-Of-Town Visitors to Not Leave Anything in Parked Cars? Yes, Of Course – This is San Francisco”

  1. Jezebel Jones says:

    I live near 14th and Valencia and some days there are so many smashed car windows the curbs look like they’re full of glittery diamonds.

    It’s kind of pretty if you don’t think about it.

  2. sfcitizen says:

    Reminds of when I was living on McAllister – glass everywhere

    But it’s hasn’t been typical to see this near the Panhandle these days tho…