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This ‘ on the Porch a Pirate was dressed to steal.
Police in Oklahoma city have been on the lookout for a dressed up wife who was spotted on a home security camera that will squeeze a package from a resident’s front porch on Monday.
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The woman, whose face is obscured by a bandana-type mask, was seen to rush out of the car and the load of the front porch, in the video, shared by the Tulsa Police Department. She also seems to be wearing a holster on each hip, though it’s unclear as to what is in them.
“Well, obviously, she thought that she was sneaking it when she took out a package from a porch in the area of 13th and Yale university,” the department wrote on Facebook. “She was dressed in a disguise, but hopefully it can help someone to identify her.”
The police have asked anyone with information about the robbery or the woman’s identity, please contact the department or Amarillo Crime Stoppers at (918) 596-COPS.
With the holiday gift-giving season is in high gear, reports from the front porch of pirates has increased, with many of the thieves get creative in the art of the steal.
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A front porch a pirate, in the state of Washington, was caught on camera on Saturday disguised as a delivery driver for the transfer to an Amazon suit, the Kings County Sheriff’s Office wrote on Facebook. The Video showed that the thief, leaving behind a fake-package, as it is to steal from those that have already been delivered.
Last week, at Last, the thief not only stole a delivered package on a front porch, but it gloated over his crime in a hand-written thank-you notes for his victims.
But one Colorado woman is fighting back against the porch pirates. Christine Johnson, told KKTV that after you have to have at least 20 packets are brutally stolen from her front porch, she decided to be the victim of thieves due to the packaging of waste in containers, leaving them on her doorstep.
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“My daughter has told me that it was gross,” Johnson said. “But they have to earn it.”