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Alternatives to at-home shipping to avoid package thieves

Online shopping has become more popular, which means more people are getting packages delivered.

A new poll commissioned by Pemco Insurance said more than half of respondents believe they’ve had at least one package stolen off their porch.

People stealing packages from someone’s front door.

The poll showed one in four people admitted that even though they have gotten their packages stolen, they don’t do anything to ensure they get their packages safely.

A La Carte Home Furniture in Santa Maria said it is letting people get their packages delivered for free to their store.

People can get their packages delivered at A La Carte Furniture in Santa Maria to avoid thefts.

Anyone wishing to get their package delivered should call the business first for instructions, and then they will hold the package safely in their store.

 

Packages delivered to A La Carte Restaurant.

 

“One customer it was ornaments that he had made from his childhood that his mom sent him,” A La Carte Owner Donna Wilson said. “Once I heard that story you can’t replace that so I thought what can I do to help this is the best thing I could think of doing is accepting packages for people.”

A La Carte is opened from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week.

They accept deliveries from UPS, FedEx and the U.S. Postal Service.

Emely Navarro

Emely Navarro

Emely Navarro is a Content Producer at KSBY. She produces KSBY News during the week and on the weekends.
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