Women steal other people’s parcels, disguised as nurses during the pandemic

Pair of women suspected of theft, dressed as a nurse to steal packages from porches in Washington during a pandemic coronavirus, told police on Saturday.

Kennewick police shared photos of women who were dressed in dark blue medical clothes. They approached the houses in the city, located in the South-East of Washington. One of the women was surgical gloves. As seen in the shot taken by a surveillance camera, which was shared by the police, women used sedan orange-brown.

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Geplaatst door Kennewick Police Department op Zaterdag 2 mei 2020

Although the suspects looked like an employee of the health system, the police said that they «do not believe that this is a real nurse.» Police asked the public to help identify thieves.

«Nurses with whom we were lucky enough to be friends, dedicate their time and life to her patients and not take something in their homes,» wrote police on the page in Facebook.

While Americans get used to the new rules during a pandemic, some leaving delivered goods outside the house for longer than usual as a precaution. It is unlikely that the virus could spread through international mail, or sending the country, as well as on packages or products, according to the Centers for control and prevention of diseases of the United States. However, the Agency argues that there is a possibility that the infection can spread when you touch surfaces where there are virus, and then touching own face.

After receipt of the delivery or mail, the Centers for control and prevention of diseases of the United States recommended Americans to wash their hands with soap and water at least 20 seconds or use antibacterial hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content.

Coronavirus has killed 830 from 15003 ill Washington residents. Governor Jay Margie reiger last week extended the order to stay in the house until 31 may, and spoke about the 4-step plan for opening the state.