Man steals car in SF, drives to San Bruno to rob Sears

A man was arrested on Monday after he allegedly stole a car out of San Francisco and drove it to San Bruno to rob a Sears store, police said.

Shortly after 5:50 p.m., officers responded to the Shops at Tanforan mall after 26-year-old Kenneth Jenkins of San Francisco allegedly stole items from the store, according to San Bruno police.

Jenkins was identified as the suspect and was arrested on suspicion of theft, vehicle theft, possession of burglary tools and committing a felony while released on bail, police said. More details about what led officers to identify and arrest him were not immediately available.

Police returned the vehicle to its owner and the stolen property to Sears. Jenkins was booked into San Mateo County Jail.

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