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Small cars, big mystery.

San Francisco police are looking for the people who turned over four Smart cars in two neighborhoods Monday morning.

The tiny, eco-friendly cars were found balanced on their headlights, rear bumpers or on their sides, with shattered windows and some body damage. All four were found between 1 a.m. and 9 a.m. in the Bernal Heights and Portola neighborhoods.

It is unclear whether the acts were a cow tipping-esque prank, a vindictive act or a statement about tech culture in San Francisco and the city's subsequent rise in the cost of living.



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