General Crime

* Valentino Evangelista and Steven Shaffer Arrested for Allegedly Possessing Burglary Tools

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South San Francisco police arrested two suspects who were lurking around a restaurant parking lot equipped with burglary tools Friday night. After a string of recent vehicle burglaries, officers were conducting surveillance in the parking lot of the Hungry Hunter restaurant, located at 180 South Airport Blvd., around 10 p.m., police said.

Officers approached Valentino Evangelista, 38, of San Francisco, and Steven Shaffer, 27, of Daly City, as they were looking into the window of a parked car in the lot. Police found a tool commonly used for breaking into vehicles near the suspects. Evangelista and Shaffer were arrested on suspicion of possessing burglary tools and attempting to commit a crime. Both were booked at the San Mateo County Jail.

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