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Crime Atlanta Police looking for suspects in alleged Amazon truck heist

21:00  29 november  2019
21:00  29 november  2019 Source:   11alive.com

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ATLANTA — You’ve heard of porch pirates stealing packages from porches. Now, a group of robbers have moved directly Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated. The group of criminals made off with 60 Amazon packages, but fortunately the workers were not hurt.

The morning after an unusual number of police officers called out sick, only two sergeants and one officer showed up in one of Atlanta 's six police zones, according to police officers who don't want to be named.

Two male victims told Atlanta police officers that they were robbed on Wednesday while they were delivering packages for Amazon.

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According to Atlanta Police Investigator James White III, the victims told investigating officers that when four male suspects approached their company vehicle in the 500 block of Thomasville Road, S.E., two of the suspects pulled out handguns.

The suspects took 60 Amazon packages from the truck, White said, then left the scene.

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According to White, the victims were not hurt during the incident.

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ON ALERT: Police said four suspects held up the truck drivers who were out delivering packages. Atlanta Police looking for suspects in alleged Amazon truck heist . wcnc.com. 16 dk. ·

Many Atlanta PD officers were apparently not happy about the charges, with reports on social media alleging that many of them walked off the job on The Atlanta Police Department, however, denied the reports, saying “suggestions that multiple officers from each zone had walked off the job” were

Investigators are working to determine the circumstances surrounding the incident.

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