Top 9 Surveillance Videos of the Week: Thief Rummages Through House for 12 Hours
Other top surveillance videos of the week include a destructive postal worker, a unique-looking bank robber and much more.
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In this week’s Top Surveillance Videos…
If you have ever taken public transportation or been to a large venue, you’re probably familiar with the phrase, “see something, say something.”
If someone was robbing your neighbor’s house over the course of 12 hours, would you notice? Seems like a difficult scenario to miss, however one woman in Oklahoma appeared to be that unlucky.
Video doorbell footage caught a woman stealing from Barbara Love’s home from 5 PM to 5 AM. Love was staying at her grandson’s home while her house was being renovated.
The thief stole jewelry, clothing, a vacuum, furniture and even toilet paper. At one point a child can be seen assisting her.
After the heist, Love checked out a local pawn shop to see if she could find some of her stolen items and not only did she find her stolen jewelry, but also the thief.
Also this week…
Have you ever received a package that was so inexplicably damaged you wondered how it possible could have ended up like that? Surveillance video from Pittsburgh might help explain those instances.
The footage shows a postal worker kicking and dragging a large package across the street. At one point, it even looks like he punctures a hole in the box to help him get a better grip to drag it.
He eventually lugs it up some stairs and tosses it on the porch before casually delivering the rest of the mail.
Make sure to check out the rest of this week’s top surveillance videos which include a diamond theft, a robbery that turns into a shootout and more!
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