Transcript for Summer Sees More Stolen Postal Packages
Turn to a crime on the rise right now. Packages being swiped off doorsteps. Sum sir the other high season for package theft. Aditi Roy has the story. She's running. She has our stuff. She's running. Reporter: A suspected package thief on the run. We're chasing her. The woman was like, oh, my gosh. I'm so sorry. I thought this was my sister's house. Why are you running away if you didn't do anything wrong? Reporter: The woman got away. A string of package thefts are hitting that city. We're going around the corner. Reporter: We're used to sees seeing these crimes at the holiday. Summer months, super common for people to go on vacation and forget to hold their mail, forget to stop packages. Reporter: Watch here in northern California, a thief stealing a package from a porch and walking away. This guy sold an awning and tried selling it on craigslist. Two officers posed as a married couple and nabbed the suspect. How likely sit that you catch these criminals? Package thefts are really difficult for us to catch. Reporter: John and his wife were on their honeymoon when he received an alert from his home surveillance system. Watching the footage in horror, as the woman walked up and stole their wedding gifts. I felt violated. Angered. The timing was horrible. Reporter: Police say require a signature for delivery or have them sent to a work place or neighbor if you can't be home. She's running. Reporter: And if a thief does strike, call 911. And police recommend alerting your neighbors through social media sites light the neighborhood-based nextdoor. For "Good morning America," aditi Roy, ABC news, San Jose, California.
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