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Thread: Stolen packages

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    Senior Member Sewnique's Avatar
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    My Mother was working one day and Fed-Ex delivered a package for her. He sat it on her porch and went back to his truck. He did not knock on the door-my sister was there who lives out of town. He came back to her house and ripped off the thermometer that was an antique, Coke sign and took it with him. My sister followed him in her vehicle until she got his tag number. She came back and called my Mother and told her what had happened. She then called the police. They in turn notified his employers and they were waiting for him when he got back to the service area. He denied getting the sign but, the evidence was in his truck! Needless to say, he lost his job. Sometimes it is the ones least expected doing the stealing. I hope you have less trouble from now on.

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    they want their hands cut off, if caught presume they get off with a caution----------AND they say criminals are hard done by.

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    Super Member amandasgramma's Avatar
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    Wow -- the stories here are terrible! I'm so thankful our delivery people seem to be honest! (or I have nothing for them to steal!) We DO have a sign on the post near our house (DHs doing). It says "This property is protected by Smith & Wesson"....maybe THAT's why we haven't had problems????

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