Well this is unnerving.
Some gun-happy person broke into a San Francisco police car over the weekend and snatched an assault rifle that's used specifically to train officers to handle high-risk incidents.
Now that gun-happy person is a gun-toting person.
According to Sgt. Michael Andraychak, the unmarked police car was parked and secure while police were working in an undisclosed area when someone broke into the car and took one of the Police Department's AR-15 rifles.
Police issued a teletype to alert law enforcement so they can be on the lookout for the missing firearm, but no luck finding it so far. The cops are investigating the incident, however, the department says it can't spare any of its resources to try to recover the weapon at this time.
Of course, police (and the rest of us who don't have guns) would really like for that weapon to be returned to its rightful owner today if possible. Anyone with information is asked to call the Southern Station Investigation team at 553-1373, the anonymous tip line 575-4444, or you can Text-a- Tip to TIP411 and begin the message with SFPD.