Man vows to find Amazon.com package thief
This man’s ice cube trays have been stolen, and he has four simple words for the thief: “I will find you.”
We hate to make light of theft, but this man’s reaction to his stolen Amazon.com package is priceless.
Tim Lake of Phoenix, Ariz., discovered that his Amazon.com package was stolen from his front porch, and now he’s pulling out all the stops in search of the thief. He’s posted signs around his neighborhood and even spoken to his local TV news station about the crime.
A blond woman is captured on video snatching the package from Lake’s house.
“You always see victims on TV, but you never think you’re going to be one,” Lake told Phoenix’s CBS 5.
He even breaks into tears during the interview, especially when he recounts the package items:
“Ice trays that make, like, perfectly square ice cubes. For like, cocktails. Or even (breaks into tears) — now that I think about it — iced coffee. I could’ve made iced coffee with those things.”
Lake has some simple words for the thief, which may or may not be inspired by Liam Neeson in the movie “Taken”:
“I don’t know who you are. I don’t know what you want. But I will look for you. I will find you, and I will convict you.”
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Photo: The poster Tim Lake created to find the woman who stole an Amazon.com delivery from his doorstep. (KPHO, http://aka.ms/stolen-package)
To the one that want's the Lord to forgive the thief: May many thieves bless you, and steal you "blind", and you never cast a stone at them.
A thief is a thief ! ! ! Nothing less... Still, in some countries in the mid-east, when a thief is caught and prosecuted, his right hand is lopped-off... Maybe we should adopt some of those "Old World Values" in America!
(I still prefer shooting them, though---An arrow through the leg or shoulder seems to work very well!)
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