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SportIndyCar driver Alexander Rossi catches package thief on camera

23:25  29 april  2019
23:25  29 april  2019 Source:   indystar.com

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Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi was the victim of package theft recently in Indianapolis. The video shows a man outside of Rossi 's front door. He sprints to the package and ride away on a bike. His face is blurred slightly, but the bright yellow jersey and red backpack are pretty distinguishable.

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Stealing someone else's property isn't the smartest idea in the world. Attempting to swipe someone's package —on camera — is even dumber.

Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi was the victim of package theft recently in Indianapolis. Luckily for Rossi, the 27-year-old racer captured the whole thing on camera.

"Whoever you are in the #indianapolis area that came up with the super original idea of stealing people’s packages...I’d make sure there aren’t cameras next time. @IMPDnews @DCJBarker," Rossi said via Twitter post Monday afternoon.

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Attempting to swipe someone's package — on camera — is even dumber. Indianapolis 500 winner Alexander Rossi was the victim of package theft recently Indy 500: Chip Ganassi stands with Roger Penske on guaranteed entries for full-timers Andretti supports locked-in spots for full-time entries Mark

NTT IndyCar Series driver Alexander Rossi was the victim of package theft recently in Indianapolis. Luckily for Rossi , the 27-year-old racer captured the whole thing on camera . Rossi , who drives for Andretti Autosport and won the most recent race in Long Beach California on April 14

The video shows a man outside of Rossi's front door. He sprints to the package and ride away on a bike. His face is blurred slightly, but the bright yellow jersey and red backpack are pretty distinguishable.

It's unclear if Rossi filed a police report or if the suspect has been caught.

Follow IndyStar sports producer Akeem Glaspie on Twitter at @THEAkeemGlaspie.

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