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We've seen it before where a brazen thief is caught on camera trying to steal a package from under the homeowner's nose. When hitting play on this video, you'd expect to see a wayward human playing the crook, but this time it's a cute but sneaky pup! Turns out, a neighbor's dog has been disappearing with some expensive items and hiding them away.

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