A Ring video camera caught an Amazon delivery driver in Florida riding away with a bike that belonged to the homeowner’s child after dropping off a package, according to local news reports from CBS Miami and ABC News.
The driver is said to have mistakenly identified the bike as trash since it was located next to a recycling bin.
An Amazon spokesperson said the driver is no longer delivering packages for the company.
The video surfaces as Ring devices are being increasingly used by law enforcement.
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An Amazon delivery worker in Florida rode off with a child’s bike after dropping off a package, according to local reports from CBS Miami and ABC News.
The incident was captured on a camera made by Ring, the video doorbell company Amazon acquired for $1 billion in 2018. The video shows the delivery worker placing the package on the front porch and snagging the bicycle as he leaves.
The homeowner, Kristin Casey, watched the driver take the bike through the Ring app on her phone while she was away from home, according to the reports. The driver is said to have mistakenly identified the bike as trash since it was located next to a recycling bin.
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“We have high standards for our delivery partners and how they serve customers,” an Amazon spokesperson said in a statement to Business Insider. “We are engaged with law enforcement and the customer to ensure this is situation is fully resolved, and we’ve apologized to the customer for this experience. This individual is no longer delivering Amazon packages.”
Casey said she believes the Amazon worker is “a great person” who “made a big mistake,” according …read more
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