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Phenix City police looking for suspected delivery package thief

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The homeowner's cameras showed a woman in a red Mazda pick-up truck pull up to his home in The Lakes subdivision and steal the package from his front porch on Monday. The homeowner's cameras showed a woman in a red Mazda pick-up truck pull up to his home in The Lakes subdivision and steal the package from his front porch on Monday.
PHENIX CITY, Ala. -

The Phenix City Police Department are looking for the woman they say was caught on camera stealing a package from the front porch of a home.

Police say 27-year-old Susan Card, also known as Susan Stewart, has a Theft of Property 3rd warrant out for her arrest.

The owner of the home, Miguel Molina, caught the act on his home surveillance system. His cameras showed a woman in a red Mazda pick-up truck pull up to his home in The Lakes subdivision and steal the package from his front porch on Monday.

However, Molina says the joke's on her because the package was just a box of tropical fruit sent from his father-in-law from Puerto Rico.

“I would have just loved to see her face open that box, and realize that she got nothing,” said Molina.

His wife posted the video on The Neighborhood Watchers Facebook page, a group with nearly 19,000 members.

The post generated a lot of buzz and other members reached out to him and his wife, saying the same thing has happened to them recently. Some even gave them the name of who they thought the woman was.

Molina gave all that information and the video to authorities and now they have issued a warrant for the woman's arrest.

“That shows you the progress of technology today,” said Molina. "We can get a text message from my phone showing me motion that's happening at my house, I can use that picture, send it to Facebook and get a potential criminal identified within a matter of minutes.”

Police ask that if anyone sees this suspect, contact the Phenix City Police Department (334) 448-2800.

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David Hurst

David Hurst, a graduate of the Univ. of Georgia, is News 3's nightside reporter.
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