SAN FRANCISCO—Officials from the San Francisco Police Department indicated that they arrested a suspect in connection to packages that were stolen on October 22 on the unit block of Natick Street in the Glen Park neighborhood. According to the SFPD website, at approximately 2:15 p.m., a resident reported packages that were shipped to her home were stolen from her front door. Video surveillance captured via show the suspect open a metal gate and take the package from the home and fleeing the scene.

Via a social media platform, the victim learned that another neighbor three blocks away on the 2600 block of Diamond Street posted a photo of the same suspect who stole a package from his home shortly after the Natick Street theft. In both thefts, the suspect wore a black T-shirt with specific yellow cursive writing.

Antoinette Redus was arrested for stealing packages from homes in the Glen Park neighborhood.

The Natick Street victim contacted her neighborhood group, requesting any video depicting the theft at her residence.  A neighbor on Chenery Street provided surveillance video, which captured images of the suspect and a vehicle, where officers from the Ingleside Station were able to identify the suspect. On October 23, at approximately 12:33 p.m. in the region of 2500 Aurelius Walker Drive, officers arrested Antoinette Redus, 32, of San Francisco and recovered the stolen property.

Ingleside Station officers worked with the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office neighborhood prosecutor with the case. On November 29, Redus pleaded guilty and was convicted of second degree burglary. While an arrest was made, investigators are asking anyone with details on additional cases to contact the SFPD anonymously at (415) 575-4444 or text-a-tip to TIP411 with SFPD at the start of the message.