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The Harry Plums Abandoned Warehouse is a mythical location in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.


The warehouse belongs to the Harry Plums Wholesale Fruit business and is a single story dilapidated building located in central Doherty in San Fierro. It features a single loading bay door, roof skylight and large, once-lavish, cottage style windows, which now display somewhat strange properties. The building's interior is completely inaccessible, and the structure plays no role in any mission.

When inspecting the shattered window panels and looking through the glass, the one will see whatever is on the building's opposite side, as if the building was completely transparent, when viewed through the glass, even in places, where there is no windows on the opposite side of the building. The phenomenon is best witnessed at night and is likely a texture glitch.

The building is in a state of disrepair due to the Harry Plums Wholesale Fruit business moving their operating premises and abandoning the old site. The business is now located at a larger premises in southeast Doherty next to the RS Haul.

Thieves Connection

The warehouse is possibly a haven for thieves and criminals, as a black Boxville van, which can be used to begin burglary missions, sits parked at the rear of the warehouse. It is also in very close proximity to the Drug Factory that Wu Zi Mu orders CJ to blow up during the story mission Yay Ka-Boom-Boom.



  • When player looks closely, the first "R" is partially scratched, turning it into "I." The text then reads "Hairy Plums" instead. This is a slang term for hairy balls.


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