Delivery boy steals mail in Camperdown, Sydney

Filthy moment a mail delivery courier MAIL steals from an apartment building in Sydney while CCTV shows him the scene

  • A delivery boy has been seen stealing a person's mail in Camperdown, Sydney
  • The male cyclist was with a woman when he accepted the post earlier this month
  • The police are currently investigating incidents and urging people to protect their mail
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The extraordinary moment when a delivery person steals a person's mail after he has dropped off his food has been revealed.

The male driver saw the apartment complex enter with another woman in Camperdown, in western Sydney on August 1.

The male cyclist approached the lifts before picking up the pile of letters, putting them in his backpack, and fleeing the scene.

Leichhardt Police Area and Command Officers were informed and have started an investigation into the incident, during which camera images were released on Thursday.

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The man shown in the video wore a dark hoodie and sweatpants with a black and white helmet.

He is believed to be of Indian appearance and the woman has been described as white.

The male driver saw the apartment complex enter with another woman in Camperdown, in the west of Sydney on August 1 (photo)

The male driver saw the apartment complex enter with another woman in Camperdown, in the west of Sydney on August 1 (photo)

The two drivers carried large food bags on their backs and wore dark-colored clothing

The two drivers carried large food bags on their backs and wore dark-colored clothing

The two drivers carried large food bags on their backs and wore dark-colored clothing

The female cyclist had pulled her hair into a ponytail and wore dark-colored clothing with a black and orange helmet.

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Both drivers carried large bags for the delivery of food.

NSW Police has encouraged everyone with information to come forward and has provided a list of tips to help prevent mail from being stolen.

The police urges everyone to keep their mail in a safe place with a lock.

The male cyclist approached the lifts before picking up the pile of letters, putting them in his backpack, and fleeing the scene

The male cyclist approached the lifts before picking up the pile of letters, putting them in his backpack, and fleeing the scene

The male cyclist approached the lifts before picking up the pile of letters, putting them in his backpack, and fleeing the scene

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People are advised to delete their mail daily or to make sure that someone can pick it up when they are not at home.

Anyone with information about this incident is requested to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333,000.

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