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Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby Bman » Dec 15th, 2017, 10:13 am

Fancy wrote:best of all, it's all over the news.


And on the internet.
There's a permanent public documentation of it.
Now Billy and Sally can torment little Conrad non stop about their thieiving grandma.

Lol. Peeps are stupid.
Is the world getting stupider, or is it just getting easier for stupid people to have their thoughts heard?

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Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby normaM » Dec 15th, 2017, 10:30 am

she should be smart, contact the police.. spin some " good neighbour safe keeping the parcel and be on her way.
My neighbours never get packages :p
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Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby generalposter » Dec 15th, 2017, 10:37 am

I can't believe what that video reveals. Is this what this community has become? Possibly neighbours stealing from others? What an absolute lowlife. Watch as she casually kicks the parcel closer into the corner to provide more privacy as she scopes it out. Watch her breathing...panting and huffing as if she just ran a marathon. Obviously hyper-ventilating due to the stress of knowing what she's about to do.

She knows the parcel will never fit in the bag so she arranges the bag to cover the postal markings as well as possible to conceal the info it contains. She had plenty of time to consider her actions before taking it and her true colours dictated her choice.

I'm not so sure it's a women either. It could well be a man cleverly disguised as a woman and I use the term "women" loosely. Whatever it is, the repercussions will be felt and rightfully so. That was as low as it can get.

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Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby jimmy4321 » Dec 15th, 2017, 10:46 am

Exactly what model Cam do you think was used on that door? Looks like something inside the residence door, seems to work great. I get parcels all the time just dropped off, like to get one.
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Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby Even Steven » Dec 15th, 2017, 11:02 am

jimmy4321 wrote:Exactly what model Cam do you think was used on that door? Looks like something inside the residence door, seems to work great. I get parcels all the time just dropped off, like to get one.


There's a camera like this on sale at Costco, I was checking it out just few days ago.

https://www.costco.ca/Ring-Video-Doorbe ... 91629.html

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Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby Over-Easy » Dec 15th, 2017, 11:32 am

I also was looking for the type of camera he used. It is a door peephole camera that has wifi and connects to his router I expect. But his has very high res. Very impressed. Would love to find his model number and order a few.

You can google door peephole camera's and find many but as mentioned, his has very high res.
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Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby Rico » Dec 15th, 2017, 11:39 am

Hey everyone,

I'm Nick, I was the one who reported the lady stealing packages from my door to Castanet.

Still haven't found out who she is, Possibly a neighbor. She opened the package but must have not liked what was inside (some storage containers)

To those asking about what camera I have, Its a Ring Pro Video Doorbell, Works pretty well and takes great video and audio. Also allows two way communication. Highly Recommended!

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Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby Bman » Dec 15th, 2017, 12:18 pm

normaM wrote:she should be smart, contact the police.. spin some " good neighbour safe keeping the parcel and be on her way.
My neighbours never get packages :p

She should sit in traffic licking her palm until police pick her up and check her into the mcnair ward.
It'll be enough to absolve her of anything criminal, and she'll be back home on Monday.
Her and I can play crib together all weekend.
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Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby normaM » Dec 15th, 2017, 12:20 pm

Thanks Nick :) I want one ( hint to my secret Santa)
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Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby Queen K » Dec 15th, 2017, 12:22 pm

We're doing Secret Santa this year? I want diamonds, perfume, new pjs and what Nick described.

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Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby pentona » Dec 15th, 2017, 12:31 pm

I've done this before for my own neighbour when a parcel was dropped off and I knew they were away or not home; however the "opening" of the parcel is a red flag that she meant to steal it; had no business opening it if not addressed to her.

What really bugs me is why these delivery companies (the truck appeared to be a P_rolator) leave things (this driver didn't even try the doorbell). Every delivery company should have a depot where you go to pick things up if not home. Canada Post for the most part does leave a note to do this if nobody home.

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Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby GordonH » Dec 15th, 2017, 12:37 pm

pentona wrote:I've done this before for my own neighbour when a parcel was dropped off and I knew they were away or not home; however the "opening" of the parcel is a red flag that she meant to steal it; had no business opening it if not addressed to her.

What really bugs me is why these delivery companies (the truck appeared to be a P_rolator) leave things (this driver didn't even try the doorbell). Every delivery company should have a depot where you go to pick things up if not home. Canada Post for the most part does leave a note to do this if nobody home.


Anything I send by courier needs a signature, can't just drop it off for anyone to pickup.

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Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby pentona » Dec 15th, 2017, 12:45 pm

GordonH wrote:
Anything I send by courier needs a signature, can't just drop it off for anyone to pickup.


That's the safest method; requiring a signature though I think you pay a little more for that (likely worth it). I have to wonder if these boneheads drivers who don't even try to see if someone is home, get paid by the package, not the hour. They are always in a huge rush.; appears to be quantity vs quality with these types.

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Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby Fancy » Dec 15th, 2017, 12:51 pm

I always track packages myself - coming or going.
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Re: Mail ransacked, gifts gone

Postby monroe » Dec 16th, 2017, 6:50 am

Rico wrote:Hey everyone,

I'm Nick, I was the one who reported the lady stealing packages from my door to Castanet.

Still haven't found out who she is, Possibly a neighbor. She opened the package but must have not liked what was inside (some storage containers)

To those asking about what camera I have, Its a Ring Pro Video Doorbell, Works pretty well and takes great video and audio. Also allows two way communication. Highly Recommended!


We've got one as well. Anyone looking at them, just be sure that youve got good bandwidth. I know some rural areas may not be able to stream thieves stealing :)
Also be sure youve got the standard 14-16 volt door bell so that your Ring will plum into your existing connection. If not youll need their ringer.
Ring is a great company to deal with.
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