Vehicle License Plates Stolen in South San Francisco

South San Francisco, CA  February 6, 2021

South City resident, Sandra H, was shocked to see these brazen acts of license plate thefts taking place in broad day light in the **Peck’s Lot neighborhood, especially with the traffic and obvious signs that people were home and out and about. There were two people involved, appearing to be young female women, removing license plates from two different vehicles on this day. One seemed to return to replace a different plate to one of the cars.

This has been reported to South San Francisco Police Department and should you have any information please do contact them at SSFPD at (650) 877-8900 or anonymous tip line at (650) 952-2244.

This serves as a good reminder that residents themselves are the first line in defense of our homes and property, being watchful and calling 911 should anything be seen that just doesn’t feel right, is one big step in protecting ourselves and each other. Make mental notes, or written ones, including day/time and other useful information including any vehicles/ Lic #, description of those in question should it be needed at a later time.

A few blocks away from this Peck’s Lot theft, a porch theft occurred during the day, while the residents were home in their Drake Avenue home. They had not yet had the opportunity to bring the package inside and wondered if the suspect hadn’t followed the delivery truck from a distance. Neighbors were able to get a security video of this theft as well. MORE INFO CLICK HERE.

{**EDIT UPDATE: PECK’S LOT is bordered by San Bruno Mountain, Airport Blvd, and Sister Cities Blvd, per requests asking where this area is located in SSF}

The incidents from Peck’s Lot resulted in FOUR videos which we have uploaded to our YOUTUBE, shown below, they have been shared with SSFPD as well.


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mel perry
mel perry
3 years ago

what neighborhood is this? so people
can be aware