Might wanna use better judgment next time

A woman was robbed of her vehicle in South of Market in the 1100 block of Folsom Street about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, police said.

The 34-year-old victim was in the passenger seat when a man in his 30s knocked on the driver’s side window, police said. The woman unlocked the doors and the man got in the car and kicked her out before driving away, police said. The keys were in the ignition.

The car was later recovered at 17th and Mission streets. No arrest has been made.

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