Amos Goldbaum, the popular local line-drawer and muralist whose designs grace walls and T-shirts all the town over, can usually be seen out and about in his converted city vehicle.
"It's a funny little three-wheeled ex-metermaid car," he explains to SFist. "I use it to get around and sell my shirts and art out of... It's blue, white, and yellow and has my name and a drawing on the side."
It's also been stolen by a total you-know-what, Goldbaum announced to his followers on social media. What's more, the vehicle has been seen on city roads: "A few people said they saw it being driven around Bernal and the Dogpatch yesterday so I'm hoping it will show up."
Goldbaum says the interceptor was stolen near his Bernal Heights home. Any leads are appreciated, he writes — It ought to be relatively easy to spot this thing: It does have his name on it, after all.
🚨🚨 MISSING 🚨🚨— Amos Goldbaum (@AmosGoldbaum) September 20, 2016
My interceptor was stolen from Bernal yesterday. If you've seen it please contact me. RT if you can pic.twitter.com/f2CKOB1QJj