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Woman caught on CCTV stealing Marley Spoon meal kit from Adelaide apartment

Australia’s nicest robber? Parcel thief’s kind act is captured on camera just moments after she stole a meal kit from an apartment lobby

  • An Adelaide woman stole a Marley Spoon meal kit
  • She held then door open for a man in a wheelchair

A parcel thief busted stealing a meal delivery kit has been spotted opening the door for a woman pushing a man in a wheelchair during her escape.

The thief was caught on CCTV taking the Marley Spoon meal kit from an Adelaide apartment lobby on Sunday.

The footage shows the woman taking the box before leaving the apartment building.

She briefly looked up and back down the hall before spotting a woman pushing a man in a wheelchair and decided to hold the door open for them.

A woman was caught on CCTV stealing a Marley Spoon meal kit from an Adelaide apartment on Sunday (pictured, the woman taking the kit)

Once the pair are inside, the woman escaped through the carpark door.

The parcel owner shared the CCTV footage along with several stills in the hopes someone could identify the woman.

However many Aussies were far more interested in the thief’s ironically kind act. 

Even the parcel owner joined in the fun, joking that the woman was a ‘good Samaritan’. 

‘Hey at least she held the door open, that was her good deed,’ one said.

‘She earned it, done a good deed for the day,’ another joked.  

Other viewers were less than impressed by the theft and gave the victim tips on how to find her.

The woman was later seen holding the door open for a woman pushing a man in a wheelchair (above) before she left through the complex carpark

The woman was later seen holding the door open for a woman pushing a man in a wheelchair (above) before she left through the complex carpark

‘Hope her dinner was horrible,’ one person commented.

‘Post on a local Facebook page and even talk to police, someone will know her,’ another said.

‘Pathetic that she’s stealing Marley Spoon, how do people forget there are cameras around,’ a third person wrote.

‘She clearly needed the food more than you,’ another commented. 

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