Brazen San Francisco Burglars Break into Line of Cars One After the Other in Broad Daylight

Completely unbothered by bystanders, the Lexus-driving criminals went along a line of cars near San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Warf smashing windows and pillaging the contents before moving onto the next. “It’s called ‘bipping and boosting,’” San Francisco Police Lt. Tracy McCray said, referring to the slang term for the smash-and-grab incidents which are plaguing the Bay Area.

Read more at The New York Post.

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