It's that time of year. The porch pirates are out in full force. It's Christmas for these people too.

Pasco Police would like to identify the person in the images.

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The man was seen taking an Amazon package on Thursday from a residence in the 1900 block of North 17th. Right in the middle of daylight, this guy just helps himself to the package.

Take a close look. Have you seen this guy in the neighborhood? If you know who this guy is, please call contact Officer Trever Sweeney at sweeneyt@pasco-wa.gov.

If you have any information about this thief, call Pasco Police at 509-628-0333.

It's not fair for the victims of these thieves. I love the idea of pranking porch pirates.

This guy, Jeremy, from Tacoma has a good thing going to get back at porch pirates. Watch.

I'd love to get a Blank Box and just watch. I can watch these videos all day long watching porch pirates getting what they deserve.

The Blank Box would be a perfect set up at the residence below.

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