Watch it: Park Slope thief robs deliveryman in brazen daytime heist

Surveillance footage shows the thief, left, just moments before he nabs a package off a UPS driver.

Cops are hunting the thief who ripped a parcel from the hands of a deliveryman in Park Slope on Jan. 30.

The crook approached a driver with the United Parcel Service as he attempted to make a delivery on First Street near Seventh Avenue at 11:30 am, claiming he was a resident of the brownstone and asking for the package, cops said.

However, instead of handing over the parcel, the delivery guy demanded some ID, before turning to ring the doorbell, only for the thief reach over his shoulder, nab the package, and then hightail it.

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