Prosthetic arm stolen from vehicle parked in San Francisco, police say

A prosthetic arm was stolen after a suspect broke into the victim's car last week in San Francisco, police said Tuesday.

The incident happened around 6 p.m. Saturday in an alley in the South of Market neighborhood, according to a report.

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A suspect had broken into the 41-year-old victim's vehicle and stolen his prosthetic arm, which was the only item reported missing, police told San Francisco's KPIX-TV.

Officials initially said it was a prosthetic leg that was stolen, but later made the correction, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

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No arrests have been made as of Tuesday.

San Francisco police did not have a description of the suspect, San Francisco Weekly reported.