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Discussion in 'Georgia Crime Reports' started by mountainpass, Jul 21, 2017.
The driver assumed the business would assume this was normal?
It's getting to be quite normal.
Had a 90 lb dehumidifier go "missing" from the Kennesaw FedEx last week, tracking # showed it arrived at the hub and then it was gone.
Back in March had half a box of tools go missing from UPS. The tracking # even denoted the box was open due to a liquid leak, there was no liquid.
Last Fall, FedEx lost a 100+ lb 4 wheel drive transfer case
In all cases the person on the phone couldn't have cared less.
I am convinced FedEx / UPS package handlers can take what they want without reprecusion. The only reason this story was different, it involved firearms
How could he have even remotely assumed he wouldn't get caught? Do people think they're living in a computer game where they can do stupid stuff without consequences?
FedEx and UPS had better start putting cameras in their vehicles to watch what the drivers do with the packages.
That's the point. I can't recall the last time I read an article about a crime being committed with a stolen dehumidifier.
Because he's taken goods before and no one has done anything. His only mistake this time was taking firearms
And we have a winner!