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Posted: 8:49 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013
By Claudine Wong
SAN FRANCISCO —
Another retail store in the San Francisco Union Square area had its windows smashed in late Tuesday night – the fourth store in the last month to be damaged, authorities said.
San Francisco police said they responded to an alarm at Icebreaker store at 170 Post St. at about 11:30 p.m.
Arriving officers found one of the store’s windows smashed in.
The store – located 1 ½ blocks from Union Square – had shut down for the day at 8 p.m. and there were no employees inside at the time.
Authorities said it appeared the vandalism may have been part of a smash-and-grab robbery. However, store officials did not confirm to KTVU that any items were stolen.
Police said three other stories in the area have also had their windows smashed recently – Marmot, North Face and a Walgreen’s pharmacy.
There was no information about a suspect, but police hope surveillance cameras will help them identify whoever is responsible.
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