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Tracking down porch pirates with bait

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Across the country, “porch pirates” are stealing people’s packages right from their doorsteps. In the last year, 79% of Americans had a package stolen, a problem most severe in California’s Bay Area. That’s why Campbell, California police, like many departments across the country, are putting GPS tracking devices inside bait packages to track down thieves.