Kids found after dad’s delivery van stolen in San Francisco

<p>SAN FRANCISCO &mdash; Two young children were found early Sunday after the minivan they were in was stolen when their father jumped out to deliver food in San Francisco, authorities said. </p>
<p>Jeffrey Fang had his 4-year-old daughter and 1-year-old son with him while he delivered for DoorDash Saturday night, San Francisco police said. </p>
<p>He got out of the Honda Odyssey around 8:45 p.m. to drop off an order in the Pacific Heights neighborhood, and when he came back he saw a stranger driving off in the van. </p>
<p>“I yelled at him and told him to get out and two of my kids are in the car,” Fang told <a href="">ABC 7 TV</a> in San Francisco. Fang called police and a search was launched. </p>
<p>“Times are hard, if you’re going to have to resort to stealing, that’s a different matter, but please, don’t hurt my kids. Let them return safely back to me and my wife, please,” Fang pleaded.</p>
<p>Police announced on Twitter shortly after 1 a.m. Sunday that the children and the minivan were located in the city’s Bayview district. </p>
<p>“The children will be medically evaluated and reunited with their parents,” the police statement said. “Suspects are still outstanding.” </p>
<p>There was no information about a suspect or suspects.</p>