A Minneapolis-St. Paul airport baggage handler was busted this week after prosecutors say he was caught on tape stealing valuables from the bags of passengers.David Vang, 23, allegedly walked away with $84,000 worth of passengers' belongings over an eight month period.
Guns, jewelry and watches were among the items prosecutors say he stuffed into his backpack.
Vang faces 11 felony counts of theft.
Brad Garrett, a former FBI special agent and ABC News analyst, said it would be difficult to stop something like this from happening again.
"You basically can't secure bags because of the sheer volume and the movement of the bags and the handlers ability to have the bags where no one's watching him at any given time," he said.