Deliveryman caught on camera swiping package

Experts warn homeowners run the risk of packages being stolen as Amazon Prime Day, expected to break record sales, is just six days away.
2:11 | 07/10/18

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Back now with a new ale for online shoppers as we clo in on Amazon prime is video shows a liveryman looks like he'sping a package moments after he delivereit. Amy has that story. T is W that looks like, you're right. They're so-called porchates and operate year round. With less than ao go until prime D this is a reminder your packages can be stolen right from your doors in broad daylight possibly by thperson youeast suspect. Amazon prime dayks off in just six days a already many predicting Sal T surpass last year's record haul of $2.4 billion. But with all those deliveries on L thosedoorsteps Homer run the risk of packages being stol I saw the guy deliver the package the he actually came back around and G it. Reporter: The man in this O, deliveryman hif caught on camera dropping off his pkage marking it as delivered and then cirg back ound and swiping it. I'mri about some random Pers coming D the street and gabb my package, note guy delivering it. Reporter: The hwner John Tran receiving a fl refund after showing the video. Amazon saying this dot provs. This individual is no longer delivering Amazon packages and we have made things right with thestomer. But it at any time the fir time packages have gone missing off T front stoop like this se cut on tape in San Jose. More than 30% of Americans have had a package stolen and withprime day around the corner could see more pl out. Everyone knows the packages are arriving. You're missing one you M not even know it. Ighbors or Thies or derymen, it'ust so easy to pick up pack without you even noticinntil it's la late. Now as we mentioned we'rekindergartners on the set, the 36-hour Amazon prime day K off on Monday. Ma predicting record sales which meanven more deliveries so consumers will want to be on high alert forose, George, pack. Don't let anyone take your package. That is the final lesson. Kee your eye on it. That's right.

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