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Police are investigating an incident in which a woman was caught on camera helping herself to a parcel that had been left on the gate of a resident's landed home.
Stomper Harry said the incident occurred at Luxus Hill Drive on May 5, at 12.06pm.
He told Stomp: "The parcel contained a pair of shoes worth about $200. It was left on top of the gate as no one was home, but got stolen."
A neighbour's CCTV camera captured the culprit committing the act with the help of a metal trolley and leaving the scene in a car.
Two videos (above) that Harry shared with Stomp show a woman exiting a silver car.
She is spotted pulling a trolley while walking out of frame, presumably to the gate in question.
The woman is subsequently seen returning to the car, this time carrying both her trolley and a brown box.
She then places the box in the backseat of the car along with her folded trolley, before entering the front passenger seat.
The car drives off.
In a third video (below) captured at Harry's home, the parcel can be seen being removed from the top of the gate by someone using the trolley's handle.
Harry, who made a police report on the same day, said: "This is the first time something like this has happened to me. I do not recognise the woman."
In response to a Stomp query, the police confirm that a report was lodged and investigations are ongoing.