Video captures porch pirate stealing from teacher’s home in Plymouth
PLYMOUTH, Mich. – A Plymouth teacher learned that two packages delivered to her home have been stolen from her porch. “I looked at my video and saw that one (package) was delivered and I got a second one,” Rocheleau said. She checked her home video and saw that a woman took the packages. While one package was work-related, the second package was likely from her son and daughter-in-law in Hawaii. She must be going through something too to go and take things from people.”AdAnyone with information is asked to contact the Plymouth Police Department.
VIDEO: Clinton Township police seek porch pirate in pajamas
CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Police in Clinton Township are asking for the public’s assistance in locating and identifying a woman in connection with a Dec. 2 package theft. RELATED: Tips for preventing package thefts at your home this holiday seasonSurveillance video of the package theft can be seen in the video above. Anyone with information is asked to contact the Clinton Township Police Department at 586-493-7855. READ MORE: Metro Detroit Crime NewsA woman on Detroit’s west side had her daughter’s Christmas gift stolen from the porch of their home on the city’s west side. The package was on the porch, and she took the time to get out and take it,” said the victim, who wants to remain anonymous.
Unidentified woman accused of driving U-Haul truck around Metro Detroit to steal packages
DETROIT – A woman on Detroit’s west side had her daughter’s Christmas gift stolen from the porch of their home on the city’s west side. So, I was in shock, I was in disbelief that she actually pulled up in the neighbor’s driveway. The package was on the porch, and she took the time to get out and take it,” said the victim, who wants to remain anonymous. Multiple videos are surfacing online of a woman who drives around in a U-Haul truck, stealing packages that have been dropped off that do not belong to her. Other people online seem to share the same idea, all hoping she gets caught, including neighbors who said it’s nothing new.
White Lake Township police say residents can have packages shipped to department to prevent theft
WHITE LAKE TOWNSHIP, Mich. – With the holidays fast approaching, we’re going to start seeing more deliveries at home. The White Lake Township Police Department has a plan to help keep packages safe by offering their front porch. Lt. Matt Ivory said you can have packages shipped to them and they’ll keep guard until you get there. READ: Amazon expands in-garage delivery service to include parts of Southeast MichiganJust change the shipping address to the White Lake Township Police Department at 7525 Highland Rd, White Lake, MI 48383. You have to be a White Lake Township resident and packages can’t be heavier than 50 pounds.