Hermes Driver Stole £36k Of ParcelsSaturday, 15th October 2016 at 1:06pm
The Mirror reports that a delivery driver who stole nearly 700 parcels worth £36,000 and sold them to “unsuspecting customers” on eBay was regarded as a model employee by colleagues.
Lyndon Linton was employed as a driver for Hermes in 2007 and was considered by his colleagues as a “model courier” but would steal parcels allocated to other drivers, containing goods including vacuum cleaners, food processors, bath mats, cooking utensils, and a jar of plastic flowers.
He then sold the items on eBay, using his account DelBoy2410, which investigating officers calculated had an estimated value of £36,000.
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