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Daly City California Police Station Address: 333 90th St, Daly City, CA 94015, United States


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Our latest #Daly City Police #CrimeBulletin for the week of 1/8/18 to 1/14/18 can be found here: https://t.co/0xzKUOIelR

3 days ago
Can you identify these thieves who stole a wallet from an elderly shopper & used her credit cards? Call us! (650) 991-8119 or TIP (650) 873-AIMS. Case #18000367. https://t.co/EKgrCBJJZO

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@213edu did you report it to the Broadmoor Police Department? https://t.co/lvCknJ0Owi

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Our latest #Daly City Police #CrimeBulletin for the week of 1/1/18 to 1/6/18 can be found here: https://t.co/0xzKUOIelR

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Thanks to a parent’s intuition, this impersonator was caught.

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Daly City Police Department1 day ago

Our latest Crime Alert and Community Update Bulletin from January 8 to January 14 is on line! Visit www.dalycity.org/alert.

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Daly City Police Department1 day ago

Some of the members of the Bayshore Seniors Friendship Club took a tour of the police station today. Here they are in Chief Hensley’s office.

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Can you identify these thieves?

On Monday, 01-15-18, at approximately 4:41 p.m., the below depicted suspects used an elderly Daly City victim’s stolen credit cards to purchase over $1,000 in merchandise at the Target store in Colma. It is likely the suspects stole the victim’s wallet from her purse as she was shopping at Trader Joe’s in Daly City earlier in the afternoon. If you have any information, please contact the Daly City Police Department at (650) 991-8119. You may also contact our anonymous TIP line at (650) 873-AIMS. Please refer to case # 18000367. Please share this post.

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Daly City Police Department5 days ago

In observance of Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, City offices are closed today. There will be no street sweeping. All other parking violations will be enforced.

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Daly City Police Department1 week ago

Our latest Crime Alert and Community Update Bulletin from January 1 to January 7 is on line! Visit www.dalycity.org/alert.

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COYOTE ALERT

We want you to be aware that coyotes have been recently seen in the Southern Hills area. One resident on Southridge Way (next to San Bruno Mountain Park) sent us these images she took from her window one afternoon last week.

Coyotes are actually fairly common in urban areas and suburbs. They look similar to a small German shepherd dog or a large fox. They usually prefer not to interact with people, but sometimes conflicts do occur. Simply seeing a coyote does not mean there is a problem, but they are wild animals and can be dangerous. The most common complaints regarding coyotes are that people worry for the safety of their children, pets and the elderly.

We offer the following suggestions:

• Do NOT approach them and encourage them to approach
you.
• Do not run away from them as it may trigger a hunt or play
instinct, but rather raise your arms above your head, act
aggressively and yell.
• If the coyote does not run away or acts aggressively
towards you, retain eye contact and stay facing the coyote,
wave a stick or throw an object, pick up your children or small
pets and move to an area of increased activity.
• Keep your pets indoors from dusk to dawn.
• Do not leave pet food outside overnight.
• Be careful when walking your dog during the dusk/dawn
hours.