Second Toledo postal worker held up at gunpoint this month

A 68-year-old mail carrier told officers a man in a black ski mask pulled a gun on him while the victim was sitting in his mail truck in west Toledo.

TOLEDO, Ohio — A United States Postal Service worker was held up at gunpoint in Toledo Thursday for the second time this month.

Toledo police responded to the 2600 block of Tremainsville Road in west Toledo about 11:30 a.m. for a robbery call. A 68-year-old mail carrier told officers a man in a black ski mask pulled a gun on him while the victim was sitting in his mail truck, according to a police report.

The suspect demanded keys from the victim and took off with them. The victim was delivering mail in an apartment complex when the suspect followed him to the truck.

Two weeks ago, a female postal service worker was also held up.


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