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Asda driver caught on CCTV ‘stealing’ an Amazon parcel before delivering a family’s shopping 

Asda delivery driver is caught on CCTV ‘stealing’ an Amazon parcel from a porch before delivering a family’s shopping

  • Alleged theft filmed inside porch of family home of Aisha Adedji in Bromley
  • Footage shows parcel in porch before it is taken by Asda driver to his van
  • Returns to finish delivering shopping before saying to family member, ‘take care’ 

This is the astonishing moment an Asda delivery driver appears to steal an Amazon parcel from a family’s porch before delivering their shopping. 

The alleged theft was caught on CCTV from inside the porch of the family home of Aisha Adedeji, 26, in Bromely, South-East London. 

Footage shows the parcel on the floor of the porch before it is taken by the Asda driver to his van before he returns to deliver crates of shopping and even says to a member of the family, ‘take care, see you soon’, as he leaves.

The alleged theft was caught on CCTV from inside the porch of the family home of Aisha Adedeji, 26, in Bromely, South-East London

This is the astonishing moment an Asda delivery driver appears to steal an Amazon parcel from a family’s porch before delivering their shopping. The alleged theft was caught on CCTV from inside the porch of the family home of Aisha Adedeji, 26, in Bromely, South-East London

The video starts with the parcel being delivered by an the Amazon delivery man and the parcel is clearly shown propped against the step of the home’s front door inside the porch.

The Asda driver then arrives and immediately picks up the package and places it outside the front door. 

He carries one crate of shopping in before returning with the parcel to his van. 

The man then returns once more deliver the rest of the shopping and rings the doorbell to speak to a family member. 

He greets them with a cheery ‘you all right there mate?’

A member of Ms Adedji’s family replies, ‘how you doing,’ and the driver says, ‘I’m all good sir’.

He carries one crate of shopping in before returning with the parcel to his van

The man then returns once more deliver the rest of the shopping and rings the doorbell to speak to a family member

He carries one crate of shopping in before returning with the parcel to his van. The man then returns once more deliver the rest of the shopping and rings the doorbell to speak to a family member

As he leaves, he says, ‘thank you, take care, see you soon’. 

Barclays worker Ms Adedji, who lives with her mother, father and two brothers, believed the ‘stolen’ package was a £60 wallet which her brother had ordered.

She told the Sun Online that the alleged theft was ‘very annoying’ and although the parcel did not contain anything expensive, ‘it’s just the principle’.  

Ms Adedji went on to claim that Asda had initially promised someone would respond to her report of the theft within 24 hours but that no one had. 

She added that she was unhappy with the response when it did come. 

‘The thing that annoyed me most is the fact that when we emailed Asda, they came back to me and said ‘we’re sorry to hear that you had advised that the driver allegedly stole your parcel,’ and then asked me what was in the parcel and whether it was big or small.

Ms Adedji posted the video on Instagram. She wrote above one still from the video, 'I feel like crimewatch'

She later added: 'you will now see your delivery guy STEAl my parcel and put it in his van'

Ms Adedji posted the video on Instagram. She wrote above one still from the video, ‘I feel like crimewatch’. She later added: ‘you will now see your delivery guy STEAl my parcel and put it in his van’

‘So at this point my mum – who ordered the Asda delivery in the first place – was fuming because number one, you’re now saying that I’m lying essentially because of the use of ‘allegedly.’

‘And then secondly you’re asking about the package – because it doesn’t matter if it was £2 eyelashes, you should not come in and steal someone’s package.’ 

The Metropolitan Police confirmed they were investigating an allegation of theft at the property on Thursday, September 26. 

No arrests have been made and enquiries continue. 

An Asda spokesperson said: ‘We have been made aware of an incident involving one of our grocery home shopping delivery drivers. 

‘We do not tolerate theft of any kind and whilst we would not comment on individual colleagues, we take this incredibly seriously and will fully support the police with their investigations.

‘We are in contact with Ms Adedeji so that we can discuss this with her directly in order to apologise and help our investigations.’ 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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