Newsom-owned San Francisco wine shop targeted by would-be thieves, storefront window smashed
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Would-be thieves busted out the storefront window of one of California Gov. Gavin Newsom's wine shops this week, the latest in a string of attempts to burglarize the place.
Police responded after an alarm was triggered at PlumpJack Wine & Spirits at 3201 Fillmore Street in San Francisco at around 6:40 a.m. Tuesday, when they discovered the shattered window but found no one inside, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
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"Over the past year during the shelter-in-place, this store location has experienced several attempted break-ins, similar to many of the other businesses in the area and across the city," PlumpJack spokesman Joe Arellano told the newspaper. He added that the shop "recently installed security cameras," from which footage will be reviewed in hopes of finding the alleged perpetrators.