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He stole a package from a porch in Fort Worth, police say. Do you recognize him?

Broad-daylight package theft in Fort Worth

Fort Worth police are looking for a man they suspect stole a package from a home in northwest Fort Worth on April 10. The suspect was captured on video which police released to social media, asking the public for help.
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Fort Worth police are looking for a man they suspect stole a package from a home in northwest Fort Worth on April 10. The suspect was captured on video which police released to social media, asking the public for help.

Fort Worth police are asking for help from the public finding a man they say stole a package from a home on April 10.

Police posted to Facebook on Monday that a heavy-set, bald man wearing a maroon sweater, tan pants and sunglasses pulled into the driveway of a house on the 6300 block of Eagle Pier Way in northwest Fort Worth and took a package from the front porch.

The suspect was driving a light silver or tan four-door car, police say.

In the video, he appears to have been wearing a hoodie and may have a short beard.

Police quoted from the movie "Back to the Future" in their Facebook post: "Think, McFly, think. Do you know what would happen if you stole a package from my doorstep and you were recorded? It'd go all over Facebook and you'd get caught. You wouldn't want that to happen, would ya? Would ya???"

Anyone recognizing the suspect is asked to call police at 817-392-4614 and reference report No. 18-301610.

The Arlington police are looking for two women caught on surveillance video stealing purses on the 4200 block of South Cooper Street. If you have any information, call Det. Wilson at 817-459-6080.

After receiving a pair of third-row SUV seat theft reports over the weekend, Grapevine police reposted this video on Facebook about how to secure the third-row seat from thieves. The seats are easily removed and can fetch up to $1,000, police say.

Fort Worth police are seeking information on this young man and woman who are suspected of stealing students' backpacks from a locker room at Chisholm Trail High School, then stealing one student's car.

Stephen English: 817-390-7330, @sbenglish74
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