CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. -- Chattanooga police asked residents Tuesday to keep an eye out for a suspect wanted for taking packages from people's front porches.
A photograph of the suspect, identified as Tony Ho, was tweeted by the police department Tuesday evening. He's been dubbed the "Grinch of Chattanooga" for allegedly stealing deliveries from UPS, FedEx and the post office just days before Christmas.
Investigators asked for the public's help to find Ho. He was seen in surveillance photos driving a white vehicle, CBS affiliate WDEF reported.
Police also advised people expecting packages to make sure they knew what time they will be delivered, and if they couldn't be home at that time, to have the package held at a delivery center for pick up.