HENRICO COUNTY, Va. (WJZ) — Someone is leaving vintage televisions on people’s porches in Virginia again — and it was all caught on camera.

The culprit or culprits, wearing a mask that looked like a TV, left more than 50 TVs on doorsteps the Hampshire neighborhood of Henrico County. Residents doorbell cameras caught them in the act.

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“I thought my son brought it home, but apparently not,” Michael Kroll said to WTRV CBS 6 in Richmond. “I think it’s just a prank.”

Kroll thought a bored college student may be responsible.

Henrico Police said more than one person “wearing a mask resembling a television” dropped off televisions at homes throughout the community, WTRV CBS 6 reported.

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“Many residents were alerted by their security devices of these unwanted deliveries,” Pecka said.

It’s not the first time this has happened in Virginia. Last year, a woman told CBS 6 she was leaving for work when she spotted a package at her front door.  Instead, her husband found a Toshiba FST Black Stripe television dated February 1986 sitting on the front porch.

“He took a picture of it and sent it to me and said, ‘Amazon must be getting lazy. Where did you want this?'” Schorr said. “It looks like a TV from back to the future.”

Police urged anyone who spots suspicious activity to call Henrico County Police at 804-501-5000.

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