suitcases. orlando police say daniel diaz acts as a lookout. the female worker sitting there unaware as a man crawls behind the conveyor belt to conceal a laptop. both men arrested, pleading no contest to the charges. this is far from an isolated incident. in 2014, baggage handlers in los angeles taken away in handcuffs after police claim they stole electronics, jewelry, even while locks and plastic wrap may not be much of a deterrent to thieves, experts say there are ways to avoid becoming a victim. keep valuables and medications with you when you travel. and opt for inexpensive luggage. >> if you travel with expensive luggage it's probably the one piece of luggage that's going to be targeted more than anything else. the chances of you being targeted goes up dramatically. >> reporter: also, take a photo of your bag after it's packed and before it's zipped. that way if you have to you can prove what was in there. if you do notice something missing from your bug gage, call the police and file a report right away. cecilia. >>> and there's still much more ahead on "world news tonight." when
court. daniel diaz the, allegedly stole a laptop from a passenger's bag, another employee posed as a lookout. diaz sold the computer and the other items. they face grand theft. >>> building a new k-8 school in place of -- one step closer to becoming reality. the city of orlando has just approved a 3 acre land swap with this would allow kids to go to the existing school, while a new school is being built. parents have raised concerns about the traffic and troiz the new school could -- noise the new school could bring. >>> the plan to build a new valencia college campus in osceola county is one step closer to reality tonight. state lawmakers approved the final 12 million dollars if funding. the project is expected to cost a total of 27 million and take shape off pleasant hill road near rooefz road. osceola county donated the land. that new campus could open by the fall of 2017 if approved. >>> the daytona international speedway lost the fight with state lawmakers over tax money. the speedway wanted 3 million dollars per year in sales tack rebates. -- tax rebates over the next 30 years.
two baggage handlers at orlando national airport stealing out of suitcases. daniel diaz acted as a lookout as he crawls behind the conveyor belt. you can see him right there stealing a $1500 laptop. both of those men were arrested and pleaded no contest to those charges. you should always keep your valuables with you. consider wrapping your luggage in plastic and they say the type of suitcase matters. >> if you travel with expensive luggage, it's probably the one piece of luggage that will be targeted more than anything else. targeted goes up dramatically. >> if you notice something missing, don't just notify the airline, you should call police right ail way and file a report. >>> new this morning we have learned 12 gaston county food lions will be getting a much needed facelift. earlier last week we told you they plan to spend $215 million on remodeling some of its stores across the nation. the remodeling is expected to be done by october of this year. food lion met with reporters. they want the stores to be easier for customers to get around while shopping with fresh decor. const
investigation. bob: this is police undercover oia' s patio d luggage area. police say daniel albert diaz and alejandro deleon, both sub-contracted luggage handlers from orlando-based bags inc., worked out a system to steal from checked passenger bags. michelle guido: they were absolutely looking to profit off of other people' s belongings. bob: police say the men would watch for valuables inside bags checked by this tsa worker. then as diaz looks out, deleon crawls on to a curtained luggage conveyer belt to help himself to an expensive laptop from someone' s bag. michelle guido: they snuck in to an area that was out of view of cameras, and they put items in a backpack and simply walked right out. bob: where do stolen goods go? sometimes, police say, to people like 24-year-old thomas j willard. the man in this video. one theft victim told me he agreed to be part of a police sting after willard called him and explained he had bought his laptop off craigslist for a couple hundred dollars. found out it was stolen and was willing to sell it back for the same price. who was peddling the stolen mer
. police say daniel albert diaz and alejandro deleon, both sub-contracted luggage handlers from orlando-based bags inc., worked out a system to steal from checked passenger bags. michelle guido: they were absolutely looking to profit off of other people' s belongings. bob: police say the men would linger as a tsa agent would search of bags to see if any contains electronics or valuables. and when it was done as diaz , acts as a lookout, police say this is deleon crawling up on to a curtained luggage conveyer belt to help himself to a $1500 apple macbook pro from someone' s bag. michelle guido: they snuck in to an area that was out of view of cameras. and they put the items in a out. bob: police say the tsa worker sitting close by but with back turned, was oblivious to what was going on. both men later entered no contest pleas to their roles in the thefts. to avoid becoming a victim of this kind, police say you should and if you do have something go missing from your checked luggage report it to orlando , police who have investigators based at oia. jim: bob kealing with the report. so fa
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