DoorDash driver caught slipping Amazon package during delivery in Surrey (VIDEO)


DoorDash delivery driver got less than he bargained for in Surrey when he stole an Amazon package from a customer’s door

A DoorDash delivery man got less than he bargained for in Surrey when he slipped an Amazon package on the door of a hungry customer.“It was a set of baby pacifiers,” said Geraldine Vargas, a resident of Panorama Ridge, who ordered dinner through the app Thursday night.

It wasn’t until after the meal that Vargas noticed that his package – a gift for a baby shower – hadn’t been delivered to his front door, as Amazon clarified.

She decided to review her home surveillance footage and was shocked at what she saw.

She saw the food delivery guy walk to her front door, pull her order out of a red DoorDash bag, drop it off, and stuff her Amazon package in it.

“My neighborhood is very safe, I never stole anything”, she said Vancouver is awesome. “It was the DoorDash guy.”

After the apparent theft, the suspect driver ran back to his car with Vargas’ Amazon package.

Vargas immediately alerted the police fearing this would happen to other people in the area.

“I also ordered more expensive products from Amazon,” she said.

Surrey RCMP Corporal Elenor Sturko on Thursday confirmed a report of a package stolen from the area. She said Vancouver is awesome the company was unwilling to release the driver’s information at the request of the police.

“I don’t know why a company wouldn’t want to help the police with an investigation into a theft committed by one of its employees,” Sturko said.

Vargas said the agent was instructed by DoorDash Telecommunications to fill out a form requesting driver information.

Fortunately, the police have “other means of obtaining the information,” Sturko said.

No charges were laid on Friday, the police officer confirmed.

Vancouver is awesome contacted DoorDash about this.

Spokesman Taylor Bennett confirmed on Friday afternoon that the delivery man had since been “permanently disabled” from the app.

“Due to our privacy policy, we are unable to share personal information about delivery people without a subpoena or court order,” Bennett explained of the company’s refusal to disclose the identity of the driver. driver.


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