He might be new to the neighborhood

Of all places to leave behind your belongings: The Haight?

Earlier in the month, a resident told cops he left his iPhone and several “gem stones” on the porch of his home in the 1300 block of Haight Street, police said.

The items remained on the Upper Haight porch for more than an hour while the resident was inside his house eating, police said.

When he came back out — surprise, surprise — the items were gone, cops said.

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