Three people ran a scheme to steal thousands of undelivered Amazon packages but were busted by cops after they dumped hundreds of boxes in Oklahoma, authorities said.
One man accused in what the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office called a “massive Amazon theft ring” was apparently a third-party delivery driver for the company who may have loaded extra pallets on a truck, cops said.
The stolen packages were taken to a home in Luther, where police found them stacked throughout the house, according to a news release from the sheriff’s office.
Deputies began an investigation on Friday after they found 600 illegally dumped Amazon packages, mostly emptied of their contents, according to the office. The thieves left behind books, including a copy of the Quran,