General Crime San Francisco Bay Area

Woman was Seen Taking Down a “thin blue line” American Flag

A woman was seen taking down a “thin blue line” American flag that symbolizes support for police, prompting an outcry and a search for her whereabouts.

Alameda police said Monday that they are looking for the woman, seen in the surveillance video in a yellow coat, jumping up and taking down the flag on March 26 in from of a storefront in the 2400 block of Santa Clara Avenue. It appears as though she walked away with it.



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