DUNWOODY, Ga. — Officers were dispatched to a residence along Dunwoody Club Drive on Jan. 14 after a homeowner reported suspicious activity relating to a delivery.
The resident told police a UPS driver delivered a package to his doorstep and informed him that he had been approached by a man posing as the recipient. When the UPS driver checked for identification, the person’s last name did not match the name on the package.
The resident told police that when he opened the package, he realized someone was trying to open a credit card account in his name. He called the credit card company, and representatives told him someone had requested the package to be mailed Next Day Air before 5 p.m.