If you go searching for a snack you brought to work and discover that a food thief got to it first, it's probably something crunchy and salty. One particular food is stolen more often than all the others.
The packages you ordered online are on their way to you, and the thieves know that. "Porch pirates" are those unsavory types who follow delivery trucks through neighborhoods and swipe the packages they leave on your porch.
Here's what you can do to protect yourself.
Once you buy those highly-sought-after goods on Black Friday, do you leave them in plain sight in your car as you make your way to the next store?
Tyler police are offering tips to protect yourself and your goods during the holiday shopping season. Among the tips; hide the loot!
Christmas is about caring for others, taking care of those in need and bringing smiles to children's faces. As of right now that's going to be a challenge to make one those things happen because a storage unit that housed all kinds of toys for East Texas foster children was broken into and the thieves made off with a variety of toys and electronics.