policeblotter_sfa.jpgA San Francisco woman was robbed on Monday morning by a man she had brought home from a nightclub the night before, police said.

The robbery was reported at about 8 a.m. in the 800 block of Post Street, which is near leavenworth, in the city’s Lower Nob Hill neighborhood.

The 27-year-old victim had come home from a nightclub on Sunday night with the man, and when she woke up the next morning, she saw him stealing her property, according to police.

The victim confronted the man, who pushed her and then fled with her cellphone and cash, police said.

The suspect had not been found as of today.

Anyone with information about the case is asked to call the Police Department’s anonymous tip line at (415) 575-4444 or send a tip by text message to TIP411.

Dan McMenamin, Bay City News

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  • Ann M

    I hope this news site won’t receive a barrage of reader comments which judge or ridicule the victim of this crime. Another web site has received those posts. True, the victim was trusting, and she made an error in judgment. However, the perpetrator of the crime, not the victim, is accountable.

    When crime victims expect a negative response, they’re less likely to file police reports. The judgmental types who think they’re offering wisdom feel gratified by their so-called superiority, but actually they’re just puppets abetting crime. These people who judge are fools and cowards who don’t mind causing additional humiliation for someone who has already been hurt.

  • Ann M

    I hope this news site won’t receive a barrage of reader comments which judge or ridicule the victim of this crime. Another web site has received those posts. True, the victim was trusting, and she made an error in judgment. However, the perpetrator of the crime, not the victim, is accountable.

    When crime victims expect a negative response, they’re less likely to file police reports. The judgmental types who think they’re offering wisdom feel gratified by their so-called superiority, but actually they’re just puppets abetting crime. These people who judge are fools and cowards who don’t mind causing additional humiliation for someone who has already been hurt.