∙ An elderly man walked into a Mission District bank on Friday, pretended to have a gun, and robbed the place. He was arrested shortly thereafter at a nearby store, and he did not actually have a gun. [Bay City News]

∙ The search for the missing woman buried in the Fort Funston landslide on Friday has been called off until the current winter storm passes through. The use of ground-penetrating radar to locate the woman was ruled out because of false positives that are caused by buried concrete, and some believe the woman's body has already been washed out to sea during high tides. [Examiner]

∙ A car fire in the eastbound lanes of the Caldecott Tunnel caused a major traffic backup today. The fire started around 11:30 a.m. and no one was injured. [CBS SF]

∙ Sapporo, the Japanese beer giant that now owns SF's Anchor Brewing, apparently wants to start brewing Sapporo at Anchor's Potrero Hill facility. That's one detail in a new piece about the unfolding unionization drama happening at Anchor. [Mission Local]

∙ Police are searching for a suspect in the shooting of a 63-year-old man in North Beach. The shooting, which left the victim with life-threatening injuries, happened just after 10 p.m. Sunday at Kearny Street and Pollard Place. [Examiner]

∙ A suspected gang member has been arrested in connection with a Monday morning arson in East Palo Alto that killed an 85-year-old woman. The suspect, Fifita Tau, is being held without bail. [CBS SF]

∙ A CHP officer reportedly narrowly escaped being hit and injured by a vehicle during a traffic stop on I-80 in Berkeley this morning. A Jeep Grand Cherokee struck the officer's car, but no one was injured. [CBS SF]

∙ Saison executive chef Joshua Skenes is taking some time away from the restaurant and is hosting hunting, fishing, and foraging trips at a new Washington State outpost called Skenes Ranch. Experiences start in the thousands of dollars (though details aren't yet public), and Skenes decribes it as a "working ranch and farm, a ‘restaurant,’ a hunting & fishing lodge, a lab, a school, a forum for innovators and collaborators improving how we grow and raise food." [Eater SF]

And here's a sad picture of a small raccoon who got his/her tail caught in a child's soccer net, and had to be extricated from the situation by Animal Care & Control over the weekend.

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