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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Watch This Woman Break Into a San Francisco Tech Office (VIDEO)

Posted By on Tue, Jul 22, 2014 at 7:10 AM

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There's been recent reports about more break-ins at tech offices around San Francisco, and while we don't have statistics to give you a current snapshot, we do have some recent video footage of the alleged crimes in action.

These videos are reportedly from a surveillance camera at the BuildZoom office earlier this month. YouTube user David Petersen, who is also the founder of the company, posted the following videos and this message to viewers:

The BuildZoom office at 650 Mission Street in San Francisco was burglarized on Sunday, July 6th, at 7:02 am.

This person has burglarized at least two other offices in SOMA, and was spotted attempting to break into our building about 2 weeks ago by our cleaners. We believe that she had a copy of a key to our unit.

I will personally pay $1000 to the first person to identify this woman. If you have any idea who it is, please email david@buildzoom.com. Thank you!

She came back 20 minutes later to steal more, but our alarm went off and scared her away

And Part 2:

Even ballsier burglars are reportedly blending into the workplace during the day to steal laptops and other fun things from employees there. "They will blend in, take a few electronic items and flee often without being noticed," Officer Gordon Shyy tells us.


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