The manager claimed her store alone loses $2,000 to $3,000 worth of items per day.
"They will take mostly over-the-counter medications and household items," she said. "Then they will go to high foot traffic area -- like a metro station -- and sell everything for $1."
"Walgreens are closing left and right in San Francisco because of this looting pandemic," she said. "That's why you have record retail closure here. Soon the city will fine landlords for empty store fronts. I'm not kidding."
She said that many of her co-workers are now afraid to work night shifts, which causes them to lose hours; if their weekly hours drop below 32, they risk losing their health insurance.
"I've lived in San Francisco for 20 years and the environment is a lot worse than when I first arrived," she said. "Even kids as young as middle school are shoplifting. It's sickening to see. I want my city back!"
Walgreens has not responded to TooFab's request for comment.