US Package thief taunts St. Paul victim with thank you note

08:15  14 december  2019
08:15  14 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

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St . Paul police say a thief left this note after taking a package from a St . Paul residence recently. Police encourage residents to take steps to ensure packages are not stolen, including requiring a signature or “I’m one of those people that appreciate the hand-crafted thank you notes ,” Smith said.

A thief made off with a package from the doorstep of a St . Paul home Thursday and left behind something unusual: a thank - you note . Police called the move “unbelievable.” The package was delivered to a home on the 800 block of Watson Avenue. A woman who was expecting the package

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A package thief who made off with a woman's delivery in St. Paul this week decided to leave something behind for the victim — a handwritten thank you note taunting her for the package.

  Package thief taunts St. Paul victim with thank you note © Saint Paul Police Department via Twitter (@sppdmn)

Homeowner Hilary Smith said she found the note on her porch after she got home from work, hours after she received a text saying that her package had been delivered.

The note said: “So just a quick little thank you for leaving me the opportunity of stealing your package. Very nice of you. Thank You." It was signed: “The new owner of your package."

St. Paul police posted a picture of the note on Twitter on Friday, and reminded residents who are expecting deliveries to take precautions to avoid thefts.

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However, one St . Paul resident received a note she wasn't looking for on her porch. According to the St . Paul Police Department, a woman was notified that a "It's obviously shocking that someone going to steal a package would leave a note for the victim . It's something we haven't seen before.

St . Paul police say a very bold porch pirate package thief left a " thank you " note in the place of a stolen package . Police: St . Paul porch pirate takes package , leaves ' thank you ' note . The handwritten note was The tips police are suggesting for avoiding falling victim to this kind of theft

Smith said she appreciates hand-crafted thank you notes, but not in this case.

She told the Pioneer Press the package was a portable phone charger for her boss, and she initially didn't report it. But she posted a photo of the note to a Facebook group and received hundreds of comments, including one from a woman who said the police could test the note for prints.

“I just want the word to get out. Now they’re getting brazen,” Smith said of package thieves.

Police Sgt. Mike Ernster told the Star Tribune the move was “unbelievable."

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