Car Break In at Little Woodrows Stone Oak

September 11, 2021
San Antonio Police Department
Case # - 1160914

My boyfriend and I went to Little Woodrows in San Antonio Texas from 11:30 pm-12:30 am. During the time we were inside the bar, my boyfriend’s car got broken into and so many of our personal items were stolen. His entire back passenger window was shattered, My Louis Vuitton purse with Wallet and Keys were taken, A duffel bag with a black game cube and games such as super smash bros, Mario baseball, and Mario kart were taken as well as a switch stand charger to hook up to TV, and his UTSA baseball bag with his last name on it with baseball hitting gloves and an Easton catchers mitt with the UTSA bird logo. We approached the bar to ask for the manager to see if they had cameras or if anyone saw anything and they did not have cameras and were rude saying we “shouldn’t have parked there” when we parked in a parking spot on their premise. The next morning I drove around to try and find anything that may have been thrown out and I ended up finding my UTSA ID and vaccination card on the road by the bar. My boyfriend lost his memories and childhood as he just graduated from UTSA and played on the team. That bag with his name on it and baseball glove meant everything to him and was his final memory of college baseball. He is a coach now for a league here in San Antonio and has to now re-buy the things he earned while playing.

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