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VIDEO: Watch this thief steal packages from a Lakewood home

This occurred around 4:30 AM this morning.

Anyone with information is asked to call police.

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There are 8 Comments to "VIDEO: Watch this thief steal packages from a Lakewood home"

  • Anon says:

    Let me review my cameras to see if I got better footage. Oh wait. I don’t even know where this took place. Probably NIMBY. Why bother???

  • Right on track says:

    Where did this take place? I was out and saw this truck someone in it and someone else with a flashlight walking around the house.

  • Ouch says:

    Wow. This is horrible. Such a Chutzpah. It may be helpful if it would say what neighborhood this happened in.
    HaMakom yimalei chesronchem….

  • JoeP says:

    It is absurd to post a story like this and not provide a location.

  • It people for stealing says:

    I have no respect for people who steal from others. They should be ashamed of themselves. That’s horrible. Probably their worker why or how would someone know they even got a package?

  • DDovid says:

    Who leaves packages on their doorstep all night? Would you bring the packages in? Ummm, maybe the mailman delivered the packages at 4 AM.

    • MyTake says:

      Maybe it was delivered late Fri. afternoon and the family went away for Shabbos.

    • me says:

      What kind of person blames a victim? Its none of your business why they left it out. Who says they knew it was there?

      We all deserve to live in a safe, burglar-free town & should insist that our police force take these instances seriously