Friday, December 7, 2012

Man upset after gift packages robbed - UPS delivery to Palmetto Bay front porch stolen

Man upset after gift packages robbed
WSVN Channel 7 reports that a Palmetto Bay family is furious after their Christmas packages were stolen from their front porch. Please view the story online and the video.  This report is a sobering reminder that the holidays are viewed by some as open season for crime by others.  Be careful year around, not just the holiday seasons.
CLICK HERE to watch the entire video report online, WSVN.  A surveillance tape is played that may aid in identifying the perpetrator.

As reported, "an expectant mother committing a crime in broad daylight."  The car is described as a Toyota Carolla, about 2 years old, either red or orange.
WSVN reminds everyone that if you have any information on this crime, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a reward.
It is a good time to brush up on the efforts of the MDPD/Palmetto Bay Policing Unit’s Operation Lookout.  This is an ongoing campaign to make people more aware of suspicious events and provides proper conduct and contact points to encourage reporting suspicious activities. 
The MDPD/Palmetto Bay Policing Unit would remind everyone to report suspicious Activities by calling 911 in the event of an emergency or the non-emergency police number 4-Police (305-476-5423). CLICK HERE to view the official Palmetto Bay VillagePolicing Unit web page.

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