Maryland USPS worker robbed at knife-point in front of a $3 million home
A U.S. postal worker in Maryland was robbed at knife-point in front of a $3 million home earlier this week, police said.
Montgomery County Police officers were called to an upscale neighborhood just northwest of the Washington, D.C. area on Tuesday afternoon, where they said a male suspect in his 20s used a knife to rob a postal worker of his personal belongings, WJLA-TV reported.
Officials from the U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) also responded to investigate.
Authorities said the suspect did not steal any mail or USPS property and later fled the scene in a gray sedan.