USPS tracking can sometimes show a package as delivered before it actually reaches you. Usually, this happens when a package is scanned while going into a delivery truck but isn't actually dropped at its final location yet. When this happens, the package generally reaches its final destination within 1-3 delivery days after the date it is noted as being delivered. This is significantly more common than a package being lost in transit. Post offices will also occasionally hold a package and mark it as delivered, so we suggest contacting your local USPS location to find out if they have your package there.
It is your responsibility to ensure the delivery address provided is secure. We cannot be responsible for stolen packages.
Please contact us if you have any questions.