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San Francisco Police Station Burglarized, ‘Department-Issued Property’ Stolen, Cops Say: REPORT

A robbery suspect broke into a San Francisco Police Department on Thursday and stole property, a police spokesperson said, according to SF Gate.

San Francisco Police Department (SFPD) North Precinct officers spotted the robbery suspect in a secure area of ​​the station around 3:20 a.m. and attempted to take him into custody, SFPD spokesman Robert Rueca said. . report.

A brief struggle reportedly ensued, but police subdued the suspect and arrested him on charges of robbery and resisting arrest. According to the report, the man is suspected of stealing “department-issued property,” but the identity and value of the property have not been disclosed, police officer Rueka said.

Samson Vasili Hadjitfi, 35, of San Francisco, has been identified as the suspect and is charged with second-degree robbery and resisting or delaying arrest. According to KTVU. (Related: District Attorney reportedly had his work laptop stolen in a car break-in and was instructed to file a police report)

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – MAY 24: San Francisco police officers disembark from a mobile command unit in Union Square on May 24, 2022 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Three suspects posing as Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) officers entered a resident's home late on December 28, 2023, and stole a wallet, the Los Angeles Police Department announced. statement. The suspects broke into the house by breaking a window, introduced themselves as the Los Angeles Police Department, and allegedly stole the house sitter's wallet. The suspects reportedly fled before LAPD arrived on the scene, and LAPD did not immediately have a detailed description of the suspects.

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