Alleged porch pirate caught on video stealing packages in Live Oak
LIVE OAK, Texas – A porch pirate was apparently caught stealing packages off the doorstep of a home in Live Oak on Wednesday. The homeowners said they caught the grinch on two of their Ring Doorbell cameras as he pulled into the driveway of their residence on Hidden Oak Trail around 7:25 p.m. The homeowners filed a report with the Live Oak Police Department and an officer from LOPD told KSAT the investigation is ongoing. The alleged thief was seen leaving a box of masks at the door before taking a large pile of packages that were already on the porch back to his car. The packages were nothing that we need and one of the vendors is replacing the item,” the homeowner said.
Police asking for help identifying Cibolo porch pirate
CIBOLO, Texas – Police are asking for help identifying a man wanted in connection with a series of package thefts from porches in Cibolo. The alleged porch pirate is wanted by Cibolo Police Department for thefts that occurred on Sept. 29 in the 100 block of Hanging Moss and 200 block of North Willow Way. Police describe the man as “medium-set with multiple tattoos on arm/chest area” and add that he was a passenger in a gold-colored, older-model Honda Odyssey. Cibolo police posted photos of the man on Facebook on Tuesday morning and asked anyone with information to contact Criminal Investigations Division Detective Moses Morales at 210-659-1999. The Cibolo Police Department Criminal Investigations Division needs your assistance with identifying the individual... Posted by Cibolo Police Department on Tuesday, October 6, 2020Related:
Porch pirate caught on video stealing package in San Antonio neighborhood
SAN ANTONIO – A homeowner in northwest San Antonio caught a porch pirate stealing a package from his home around 2:30 p.m. Sunday. A woman can be seen on a doorbell camera video taking what appears to be an Amazon package from a home on Jack Heights in the Valley Ranch neighborhood. “We did contact the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, and they sent an officer out and we filed a report,” the homeowner told KSAT. Porch pirate caught on video stealing Amazon package minutes after truck dropped it offHe believes this is the first time someone has stolen his mail and said, “I don’t know if I’m more shocked or upset at how bold she was.”Stealing 10 packages or less became a state felony offense in Texas last September after Gov. Garden Ridge porch pirate caught on video
Porch pirate seen stealing package in Universal City
UNIVERSAL CITY, Texas – Another porch pirate was seen stealing a package off a front porch, this time in Universal City. The thief can be seen getting into the passenger side of a red, two-door car after swiping the package. Mail theft has been caught on camera numerous times around the San Antonio area this year. A woman was seen on a Ring camera stealing packages in a San Antonio neighborhood on Nov. 8. Another woman was caught on camera stealing a package on Nov. 5 on the East Side.
Pair arrested after police find 80 pieces of mail, 2 stolen credit cards in their possession
FLORESVILLE, Texas – Police arrested Jeremy Saunders on Monday after finding him in possession of two stolen credit cards and approximately 80 pieces of mail from various residents in the Floresville area. Floresville Police Officer Reuben Garcia noticed a silver BMW at a local Exxon station that he believed matched the description of a vehicle involved in a string of recent mail theft incidents in the area. Porch pirate caught on video stealing Amazon package minutes after truck dropped it offGarcia investigated and found Saunders and Christina DelaCerda in the BMW, along with the stolen mail and credit cardsSaunders and DelaCerda were arrested after investigators were able to link both suspects with using stolen credit cards for retail purchases, according to a Facebook post by the Floresville Police Department. Video catches porch pirate stealing packages in San Antonio neighborhoodPolice are currently looking into other cases in which the suspects may be involved.
Porch pirate caught on video stealing Amazon package minutes after truck dropped it off
SAN ANTONIO – UPDATE: The homeowner told KSAT that Bexar County Sheriff’s deputies apprehended the man seen stealing a package off the porch of her home. ORIGINAL: A homeowner in the Stone Creek community on San Antonio’s far West side caught a porch pirate stealing her packages on her home’s security cameras Monday. The homeowner shared the videos with KSAT and said the man stole the package around 12:30 p.m., just minutes after it was dropped off by an Amazon truck. A report was filed with a Bexar County Sheriff deputy and the homeowner told KSAT that police would issue a warrant for the thief’s arrest once he is identified. Garden Ridge porch pirate caught on video
Garden Ridge porch pirate caught on video
SAN ANTONIO – Another porch pirate has been spotted stealing in the San Antonio area. This time, a woman took a package from the front porch of a residence in the 9400 block of Azalea Gate in Garden Ridge. If you have information regarding this person, please contact Garden Ridge Police Department at 210 651 6441, and speak with Detective Spiller. Posted by Garden Ridge Police Department on Tuesday, November 12, 2019According to a Facebook post from the Garden Ridge Police Department (GRPD), the theft took place around 2:45 p.m. on Oct. 17. There have been a number of recent incidents of mail theft caught on video in the San Antonio area.
Video catches porch pirate stealing packages in San Antonio neighborhood
SAN ANTONIO – Another porch pirate was caught on camera stealing packages in a San Antonio neighborhood around 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday. She can be seen taking the packages while looking away from the camera before walking back to a vehicle in the driveway. The homeowner told KSAT the packages were taken in the Emerald Pointe Neighborhood, which has cameras that are sometimes able to get photos of license plates that enter the neighborhood. The homeowner, who said the packages were delivered just half an hour before they were stolen, filed a report with police Thursday. Stealing packages became a state felony offense in Texas in September after Gov.