Jul 11, 2015

S.F. police didn’t investigate gun theft before pier killing - SFGate

San Francisco police did not assign an investigator to look into the theft of a gun from a federal agent’s car — a pistol that is believed to have been used, four days later, to kill a woman walking with her father on Pier 14, authorities said Thursday. Police Chief Greg Suhr said that the June 27 break-in of a car belonging to a U.S. Bureau of Land Management ranger, which was reported to...

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