Attention, dreamers: Don't let anyone tell you that you're too scattered and indecisive to be a criminal. Just look at the guy in the photo above and video below, who allegedly robbed a SoMa office nearly three weeks ago, and is still on the loose.
According to San Francisco Police Department spokesperson Officer Carlos Manfredi, the guy you see in the video "unlawfully entered a commercial office on the 600 block of Harrison Street," which is between Hawthorne and Second Street, on October 6 at 4:10 a.m.
As you can see in the video, the suspect used what Manfredi describes as "a window punch device" to smash into the lobby of the building. He then walked through the office, stealing laptops and charges, Manfredi says.
All in all, the damage and losses tally $2400, Manfredi says.
In the video, you can see the alleged thief vacillate a number of times, walking back and forth once inside the building. The final sequence, which I have mentally entitled "Back Door," is especially gripping. Will he decide to take that door, or not? You'll have to watch to find out.
Based on the video, you can see that the suspect is, says Manfredi, a white male, who weights in at around 150 lbs. He's wearing a grey hat with a maroon brim, and a black hoodie that appears to have the word "Gold" written on it in red. He's also wearing black pants and is carrying a black backpack.
If you recognize the star of this little film, SFPD asks that you call their anonymous tip line at 415-575-4444 or text them a tip to TIP411 with "SFPD" in the beginning of the message.