If you ordered from Amazon, and sent your package back for a refund and never got it, you may have been a victim of a theft ring. Two delivery drivers that work for the company have been busted for their involvement in a $10 million theft ring of stolen goods from Amazon.
According to ABC News, The two drivers were hired by Amazon to travel to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, pick up items that were being returned to Amazon, and bring them back to an Amazon warehouse.
However, the two men would actually steal the goods and sell them to pawn shops. The investigation started last summer when a police detective in a small suburban town in Seattle, was going through a record of pawnshop sales and noticed that one customer made 57 transactions. The customer turned out to be one of the Amazon delivery drivers.
According to the FBI, one of the drivers received at least $10 million in the past six years, reselling stolen items on Amazon. Charges have yet to be filed.
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