Suspected Auto Burglar Arrested in South San Francisco Linked to Commercial and Motorcycle Thefts

South San Francisco police have apprehended a suspected auto burglar believed to be involved in a series of commercial and motorcycle thefts in the city. The arrest, which took place on February 22, follows an investigation into a commercial burglary and vehicle theft of motorcycles at a storage facility located in the 100 block of South Spruce Avenue.

Authorities, including South San Francisco detectives and the East Bay Regional Parks Police Department, collaborated to identify the suspect as Brian Ray from Bay Point. Ray is alleged to have been engaged in multiple auto burglaries in the area.

On Wednesday, officers from both police departments executed a search warrant at Ray’s residence. During the search, law enforcement officials reportedly recovered one of the stolen motorcycles linked to the burglary. As a result, the suspect was taken into custody on charges of suspected burglary and vehicle theft.

South San Francisco police are urging anyone with additional information regarding this case to contact them at (650) 877-8900 or

Author: CrimeDoor

1 Response

  1. Great post! I found the information about the suspected auto burglar in South San Francisco very interesting. Could you please expand on the series of commercial and motorcycle thefts that they are believed to be involved in? I would love to know more about the extent of their alleged criminal activities and any patterns that have been identified.

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