An Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) driver stole a package delivered by UPS (NYSE: UPS) after dropping off two parcels at a home in Pennsylvania, according to police.
The victim’s surveillance cameras captured the Dec. 30 incident in Wilkes-Barre, Pa..
“Charges will be filed upon identifying the Amazon driver,” the Wilkes-Barre City Police Department wrote in a Facebook post on Dec. 31.
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UPS expects to process 1.9 million returns tomorrow, Jan. 2, a 26% increased from 2019.
“This bodes well for the case.”
— Weston LaBar, executive director of the Harbor Trucking Association, speaking about a U.S. federal judge temporarily blocking the enforcement of California’s AB5 on the trucking industry.
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The package reportedly stolen by an Amazon driver contained a Ring Doorbell, which includes a surveillance camera, according to WNEP news.
Hammer down, everyone!