San Francisco Home Invasion Suspects Flee Across Bay Bridge to Oakland
Published by Junior Staff Writer on March 8, 2013
Two male suspects conducted a home invasion robbery and pistol-whipped a victim in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill neighborhood before fleeing from police across the San Francisco-Bay Bridge into Oakland early this morning, according police. Officers received a report at 12:04 a.m. of a home invasion robbery at a residence in the 2100 block of 23rd Street, near De Haro Street.
Two suspects wearing dark clothing forced their way inside the victim’s home and struck the victim with a pistol, according to police. The suspects took the victim’s iPhone and iPad and fled from the residence in a vehicle before police arrived at the scene. Police were able to track the suspect vehicle across the San Francisco-Bay Bridge to Oakland, before losing sight of the vehicle. The home invasion robbery and assault remain under investigation. Anyone with information regarding the suspects is asked to contact San Francisco police.
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