On Wednesday May 20, 2015 victim reported that unknown suspect had removed belongings in the cabin of their vehicle unknowingly. The victim is not affiliated with the UC Hastings community. Victim parked his vehicle on the 50 block of Hyde Street approximately 10:30 am and returned to his vehicle 11:30 am Indicating the crime occurred between those times. The victim had left their vehicle unlocked and the victim reported items stolen from vehicle valued at approximately $100.00 which included a carrying bag, home keys, and food items. There is no suspect information. UC Hastings’ surveillance footage of the area was limited. The victim was advised to file a San Francisco Police report.
2004 Toyota Tundra.
Anyone with information regarding this incident, or possible affiliated incidents that occurred near this location is encouraged to contact the San Francisco Police Department at (415)553-0123 or UC Hastings Public Safety Department at (415)565-4611 and reference case #15-6507.
Auto Burglary Prevention Tips
Lock all vehicle doors
Set alarm or anti-theft device
Don't leave valuables in the car
If you must leave valuable items in your car while out and about, place items out of sight before reaching your destination or move them inconspicuously
If you are the victim of auto burglary in the area of Hastings, please report it to Hastings Public Safety Department, and then to San Francisco Police Department to file reports.
If you observe any suspicious activity on or around campus please report it to Campus Public Safety immediately at 565-4611 or by picking up a "Red" phone, or once you are in a safe location. At the UC Hastings Garage there are assistance stations that can be used to contact Campus Public Safety as well. For emergency or in-progress incidents, dial 9-1-1 and/or report it to the Public Safety Department.
This alert is a public service to the University community and in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Act of 1998.
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