Experts predict a rise in package theft to coincide with the holiday season as many consumers shop from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Bid-On-Equipment recently analyzed Google search volume in U.S. cities across the country to determine where package theft has been most prevalent during the pandemic. They found that 36% of Americans have reported having a package stolen within the last year. St. Louis tops the list of top cities for package theft during the pandemic followed by Minneapolis, Jersey City, San Francisco, Washington D.C., Buffalo, Seattle, Oakland, Orlando, and Cincinnati. 15 cities from California make an appearance within the top 50 followed by 11 cities in Texas, five in Florida and Arizona, and four in Ohio and North Carolina. Of the top five cities on our list, four have a median income above the national average, which is $61,937, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Cities with a higher median income ranked higher for package theft-related searches in our analysis.