TikTok reporter @crimeoncamera sets up the discussion by posting the video clip. “What’s so bad is people have medicine shipped to their homes,” notes commenter @gijaxx. “Caught?” asks @viewingforafriend. “Or watched?” “Lot of money,” observes @ladyofargonne, “for a gate with no latch.” User @lindadigges has a question of her own. “Do these thieves ever get caught and arrested?” “Shhhh, be very quiet!” writes @kalaborden as she imagines what the woman is thinking at the time. “They’re going to see me….” Viewer of the video @mpettty55 offers a devious plan of her own. “I would put cat turds in a box and leave it outside,” she proposes. “LMAO,” writes @lovinlifenana1. “She’s pretending to be on the phone.” “She’s lucky she wasn’t shot!” exclaims @lovinlifenana1. “People in Texas, Tennessee and Florida don’t play!” Well, we’re not sure this rises to the level of a capital offense, but it certainly is discouraging. This practice is a crime and deserves to be prosecuted if authorities can figure out who the culprit is. Recommended For You

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