(Courtesy of the San Francisco Police

(Courtesy of the San Francisco Police

Police seeking suspect who took case containing weapons from SFO carousel

SFO — Police are asking for the public’s help to find a suspect who allegedly stole a piece of luggage from a carousel at San Francisco International Airport last week.

It wasn’t just any luggage, however, police said — it contained a Glock 9mm pistol, two magazines, 20 rounds of ammunition, two flashlights and a holster.

Security cameras captured the incident, which happened Feb. 17 around 1:40 p.m. at the airport’s Terminal 3, according to police.

Police on Monday released a security camera image of the suspect and are asking anyone with information to contact the police department’s Cargo Theft Task Force at (650) 821-7007 or at sfosfpdcargo@flysfo.com.Bay Area News

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