Police arrived to a burglar alarm blaring at a wine store he owns in San Francisco’s Cow Hollow area less than a week after Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom signed laws aimed at reducing retail theft by organized shoplifting rings.
“Thieves struck a San Francisco outpost of PlumpJack Wine & Spirits on Tuesday, the latest in a string of break-ins at the wine company founded by Gov. Gavin Newsom,” according to the San Francisco Chronicle .
Officers responded to the site about 6:40 a.m., according to a spokesperson for the San Francisco Police Department, and found a shattered storefront window but no suspects inside the business. No arrests have been made as of Tuesday evening. “Over the past year during the shelter-in-place, this store location has experienced several attempted break-ins, similar to many of the other businesses in the area and across the city,” said Joe Arellano, a spokesman for the PlumpJack […]
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