I live in Lafayette, a decent community just east of SF. Last night, I came out of the grocery store to find a Prius owner speaking to a police officer. Her back corner window had been broken just like the Model 3 photos often show, and her trunk was full of crap that had been rifled through. She was parked in the absolute closest spot to the store entrance. I don't think this kind of break-in is a Model 3 only problem. I'm not one to keep stuff in their car, but I definitely was concerned when I parked one night in SF. It was hard to find a place and there was even broken car window glass along the street, but I was desperate. Put the back seats down and didn't have a problem. For those interpreting a lot of these examples being about SF (which absolutely does ignore low value property crimes) just consider the data bias because of the immense number of Teslas in the Bay Area. I would avoid parking my car on the street in any big city. It sucks, but it just is what it is.