4 arrested in connection with recent SF burglary involving guns

San Francisco police have announced the arrest of four suspects who allegedly stole guns and other property from a home in the city's Diamond Heights neighborhood last week.

Raquel Sutter, 58, of San Francisco, Marina Lopez-Olsen, 48, of Daly City, Edward Olsen, 53, and Anthony Daher, 51, both of San Francisco, were arrested in connection with a burglary on Dec. 16 at a home in the 200 block of Gold Mine Drive, according to police.

Officers responded to a report of a burglary in progress and arrested three of the suspects at the scene while a fourth escaped, police said.

Investigators learned that a large amount of property had been stolen from the home, including a number of guns. They determined the identity of the fourth suspect and got a search warrant for his residence, police said.

The next day, officers executed the search warrant and recovered seven shotguns, four rifles, three handguns, four pellet guns, a flare gun and a large amount of ammunition. Some methamphetamine was also recovered at the home, according to police.

The victims of the burglary later confirmed the guns were taken from their home, police said.

The four suspects were booked into jail on suspicion of burglary, receiving stolen property, weapons violations, possession of methamphetamine and conspiracy, according to police.

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