Speech to Text for SECURITY CAMERA HELPS CATCH PACKAGE THIEF SUSPECT
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police is trying to find the man suspected of stealing a package from a pastor and his familly off their doorstep. officers say they've found his car and now they're looking for him. newswatch 12's andryanna sheppard shows us how the family was about to help identify the suspect. [a20]pkg stolen-llpkg andryanna says: "kristal nehf says she was at work yesterday when she not only saw her package get delivered but also saw someone come right up to her front porch and take it 10 minutes later." and she watched it the whole thing happen live on her cell phone here's what she saw. in this video, you can see a man walk up to her porch take her package. and run back to his car. kristal says: "oh it was weird! it was weird because i have already watched ups come and i looked at that and then was like oh ups is there and then i saw the mail come and they came and they left and not even 10 minutes later he came." so the nehfs filed a police report and shared the video and case number all over social media. justin says: "after putting the information out to the other patrol officers, another patrol officer identified that subject as matthew frombach so we started looking for him and seeing if we could locate him and we ultimately did find the vehicle earlier this morning. medford police has impounded the suspect's car. lt. ivens says depending on the suspect's record, he could face a trespassing charge as well as other charges and could be lodge capacity of our jail. and i don't think there is any mystery that our jail is full." right now, the family is focused on getting their package back --- and moving on. kristal says: "we're called to forgive and know that people sometimes hit some hard spots in their lives but at the same time i know there are consequences to our actions and so for us i think just letting it go." andryanna says: "nehf is grateful her and her husband installed security cameras just a few days before they became package theft victims. coming up on newswatch 12 at 6 i'll tell you what medford police says is the best way from protecting yourself from becoming a victim as well. in medford, andryanna sheppard, newswatch 12." some very common holiday decorations