Romantic meeting leaves man without his iPod

She ran off with his heart – and iPod – in San Francisco.

A 21-year-old man said a woman he’d just met robbed him in the North of the Panhandle neighborhood on Tuesday, police at Park Station said.

He struck up a conversation with the woman, who was about the same age, at Divisadero and McAllister streets. At one point she gave him her phone number, police said.

She accompanied to his home near the Panhandle. He asked her to hold his iPod while he unlocked his door, and she ran off with it, police said.

No arrest was reported as of Wednesday.

maldax@sfexaminer.com

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