posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 03:46 AM
I shared a common entryway with a neighbour in my last place, and despite there being two numbers on the main door, we only used to get one paper.
When I mentioned to him that I hadn't read the paper in ages, he was shocked and didn't even realise that I would want to read it (I guess being
reasonably young means I have no interest in local affairs lol), and we came to an agreement that after he'd read it, he'd leave it for me on the
mail table in the communal hall.
Since he was getting over bowel cancer, he had no need for the jobs section.
Obviously this doesn't help the OPs issue.
My friend had a new neighbour going through their bin. They waited until the person was doing it to tell them to stop being a dirty loser, going
through peoples bins.
I guess if you have no camera or filming capabilities, your best bet would be to wait until someone is picking it up, then go to the door, open it as
they are standing up, or walking off, and just say, "Hey, have you seen my paper?"
Them knowing you know it's going missing is probably enough for it to stop.