WATCH! San Francisco Camera Crew Robbed at Gunpoint While Covering Auto Thefts at Twin Peaks

This is unbelievable, instead of alerting the authorities a camera crew in San Francisco at a Twin Peaks were filming these armed auto robberies. Then irony took over.

KPIX reporter Don Ford was robbed of his camera Wednesday at gunpoint while filming a segment on auto break-ins around Twin Peaks.

The robbers drove up, got out of their car, pointed a Glock at the KPIX reporter and stole his camera.

The following is from KPIX 5 reporter robbed at gunpoint.

On Wednesday afternoon, the smash-and-grabs turned into armed robbery. KPIX 5 reporter Don Ford was on the story Tuesday and again on Wednesday, and was preparing to interview nearby homeowners when a white luxury sedan with four men inside pulled up.

“The car came up here while we were about to do an interview, three guys jumped out,” said Ford. “One had a gun and put in my face and said, ‘We’re taking the camera.’”

Thanks to our friends at The Gateway Pundit for contributing to this article.

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Scott Cummins
Scott Cummins
6 months ago

HAHA!! Nothing better that seeing LIBS robbed and scared out of their wits by the very City they have wanted and now have for 30 years. As soon as a few of get shot, then maybe you’ll rethink your politics

Mickey Mouse
Mickey Mouse
6 months ago

And the local police won’t do a damn thing about it. Congrats, California: you’ve voted in your own failure.