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Milpitas Police Department
Friday October 18th, 2019 :: 09:31 a.m. PDT


Press Release: Can You Identify These Package Thieves?

DATE: October 17, 2019
LOCATION: 1500(B) Centre Pointe Dr., Milpitas
CASE #: 19-240-180, 19-247-118, 19-248-170, 19-252-028 and
SUSPECT: Unknown Female, early 20’s, two Unknown Males, 20-
30 years old

Recently, three unknown suspects stole Amazon packages from the front porch of several residences in the area of 1500 block of Centre Point Drive. These incidents were captured on residential security camera systems, which allowed the homeowners to provide images of the suspects. The suspect in three of the five incidents is described as a Hispanic Male Adult, 20-30 years old driving a black four door sedan. This suspect has worn different clothing during each incident. Another suspect is described as an African American Female Adult, 20-30 years old; last seen wearing a tan top and white pants. The third suspect is described as a Filipino Male Adult, 20-30 years old, 5’7” to 5’9” in height, 160 to 175 pounds; last seen wearing a blue and yellow baseball cap, black sunglasses, white “Lagerfeld” short sleeve hoodie, dark colored shorts, black and white Nike shoes, black and silver watch.

The Milpitas Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying these package theft suspects.

We would also like to remind our residents to consider having packages delivered to their workplace or to the home of a relative/neighbor/friend who is home during on the delivery date. Online retailers, such as Amazon, allow for packages to be delivered to Amazon Hub Lockers, plus they offer their Prime customers to choose, Amazon Day, which allows you to pick your delivery date. Taking these steps could prevent you from becoming a victim of package theft.

Additionally, The Milpitas Police Department is committed to collaborating with residents and business owners to keep our community safe and we are inviting you to register your privately-owned security camera systems to help us solve crimes. As crimes occur, we may be able to use information from footage gathered from your security cameras to assist in our investigations. By registering your security cameras, the Milpitas Police Department can quickly assess whether any security cameras are in the vicinity of a reported crime, which will allow officers to request residents or businesses to review their camera footage to help identify suspects or additional leads. If you would like to register your security camera system, go to and follow the registration instructions. The Police Department will not have access to your security camera system. Camera footage is provided solely at the camera owner’s discretion.

If you have any information regarding these incidents, then you are encouraged to contact the Milpitas Police Department at (408) 586-2400. Additionally, the information can be given anonymously by calling the Crime Tip Hotline at (408) 586-2500 or via the Milpitas Police Department Website at:

Press Release By: Lieutenant John Torrez #209 Date and Time: October 15, 2019; 12:30 P.M.

Milpitas Police Department
1275 N Milpitas Blvd
Milpitas, CA 95035

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 408-586-2400

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