A burglar hopped into bed with his victim, assaulted her and then stole her computer in the Mission district on Saturday, police said.
The greedy goon entered the 36-year-old old woman’s home in the 3100 block of 16th Street with a flashlight around 6 a.m., police said. The victim awoke to noises. The suspect jumped into bed with the victim, struck her and then told her to “shut up,” police said.
The victim ran out of the apartment and called cops.
The suspect, who fled with a silver Macintosh notebook, was not found, police said. There has been no arrest. The suspect’s identity, or a description of him, was not immediately available.
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