CALIFORNIA SF police search for gun lost by agent who left it atop car Published February 20, 2016 Associated Press Facebook2407 Twitter0 livefyre608 Email Print (Immigration And Customs Enforcement) SAN FRANCISCO – San Francisco police are searching for the gun of a federal agent who lost the weapon after he left it on top of his car and drove off. KGO-TV reports the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent's loaded service weapon was reported lost in the Ingleside neighborhood Friday morning. Police say it's an H&K P200sk .40 caliber handgun. In the last eight months, handguns stolen from federal agents were used in the high-profile slayings of Kate Steinle in San Francisco in July and muralist Antonio Ramos in Oakland in September. Last month, three handguns were stolen from an FBI vehicle parked in a residential neighborhood in Benicia.