Police are trying to identify a man who robbed a bank in San Francisco’s Chinatown neighborhood on Tuesday morning.
Gold coins from one of the largest finds in U.S. history were possibly from a heist at the San Francisco Mint at the turn of the 20th century.
A suspect was arrested within minutes of a bank robbery at a San Leandro US Bank branch Thursday, according to police.
Police are investigating whether a major wine theft in Seattle over Thanksgiving is connected to a similar wine heist in San Francisco, police in both cities said Thursday.
The FBI and authorities were looking into whether it is tied to three other recent similar crimes in San Francisco and Millbrae.
Two armed robbers sprayed Walnut Creek jewelry store workers with pepper spray and made off with several Rolex watches Tuesday afternoon, according to police.
Authorities are searching for burglars who stole more than half a million dollars worth of diamonds, cash and other valuables from a home in an upscale Hercules neighborhood.
A San Rafael teenager pleaded not guilty in Marin County Superior Court Wednesday morning to stealing celebrity chef Guy Fieri’s yellow Lamborghini from a San Francisco dealership last year and shooting into an occupied vehicle in Mill Valley this April.
Later this week, several suspects accused of pulling the largest high-tech heist ever in the Bay Area will be in court in Alameda County.
A yellow Lamborghini belonging to a celebrity chef that was stolen early Tuesday from a San Francisco car dealership was last seen touring around Marin County.