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Amazon Delivery Man Found Wandering Inside Sarasota Man’s Home

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SARASOTA, Fla. (WFLA) – A Sarasota man is upset after an Amazon delivery man wandered through his house not once, but twice. 

Michael Lentini told our sister station WFLA that he has not signed up for the Amazon Key service, which securely delivers packages right into your home.

On Saturday afternoon, Lentini was waiting for a package to be delivered. On a normal day, the packages are left outside his home.

“I looked this way because I heard the elevator door open, I thought, ‘somebody that I know,’” he recalled.

He was stunned to find an Amazon delivery man in his house.

Surveillance video showed he had spent a few minutes inside the home. Lentini is worried that the delivery man had the ability to steal something. Lentini called Amazon and was notified that it would never happen again. Unfortunately, the same man showed up the next day with another package.

“They were astounded that that happened. They got some supervisor on the phone. They said this is going to the highest levels right now,” Lentini recalled.

An Amazon official told WFLA that the delivery men got confused with the layout of the modern house.

“[The home does not say] Apartment B, not unit C. On the front door, right when you walk in, it says Number 15. So there’s no illusions that there’s any apartments in this place,” said Lentini.

In a statement, Amazon said, “We are working directly with the customer to investigate and will be addressing any findings with the delivery personnel.”

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