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Thieves Caught on Camera Stealing Wallet and Liquor from SF Bar

Updated: Apr 05, 2016 13:59
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The folks over at Monarch posted this on Facebook earlier today. Apparently two men gained access to the employee area on Sunday night and stole the wallet of one of the employees as well as a bottle of liquor.

If you have any information on who these shitty people are please report it to SFPD (415-553-0123)and the folks at Monarch. Watch the video below and make sure to listen to the excellent commentary:

Text from the original post:

THIEVES CAUGHT ON FILM AT MONARCH! This occurred Sunday night April 4th at WERD/Sunset After-Party. Somehow these guys gained entry into our employee area. You can watch them steal a wallet from a bag, which belonged to one of our bartender’s and contained $500 cash (all her tip money from the week) + a bottle of liquor. These guys are truly disgusting and we’re looking for any information to identify them. Please post and share. Thank you for your help!

If you wanna kick in a few bucks to help the bartender recoup her loss, here is a GoFundMe page.

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