It hasn't happened to me yet, but I'm sure I'm bound to have it happen sooner or later. This device caught my eye this morning, though: http://whotv.com/2017/12/17/man-fed...-booby-trapped-box-that-sends-crooks-running/ (Although I think an ink bomb might be a bit more effective. ) Seriously though, I already have one security camera on the front of the house, and am looking at adding another that is pointed directly at the door and front porch (from a side view, as I already have one that catches anyone pulling up in the driveway, in the street, and coming up the front walkway). We live in a neighborhood with older houses--our street dates to 1940, so these typical bungalows really are not too far from the street. It wouldn't take much for someone to hop out of a car, grab a package and run with it. I'm thinking too, a sign saying "Smile! You're on video surveillance!" might make them think (and look) twice. I'm hoping nobody else gets stung with a package theft. But feel free to share any other tips here. UPS at least puts my packages along the side of the house. They seem to be the only carrier that follows directions. (If you get the UPS app, you can specify instructions, or leave a code for a locked area for them to leave packages in.) FedEx is too impatient, and toss it anywhere they feel like, regardless of similar instructions left for them. We'll occasionally get a younger, conscientious USPS carrier who puts slimmer packages between the front doors, but the older tenured carriers we've had don't give a shit, and stomp across lawns and through flower beds to deliver mail and packages, tossing them anywhere (even landing where they get rained on). I don't know where I'm at from day to day, so I don't have a set business address to ship to. But in the past, that was ideal. And at least the USPS deliveries are so late in the day that someone is usually home within an hour of delivery.