Postal worker robberies and other mail thefts are becoming a daily event. These are the ones I found today.
Violent crimes against postal workers on the rise, union says
There is a spike in violent crimes against postal workers, according to the union that represents most of the workers in New England. Twice in the last week in the Boston area, a postal worker was robbed of their mail key — a robbery was caught on camera Thursday in Boston’s Dorchester neighborhood. A third attempted robbery happened Friday evening…
Police: Mail theft common in Ludlow - Newport Dispatch
Ludlow Police Department officials warned the public Tuesday of a surge in mail theft incidents involving a scam known as “Check Washing,” which has affected local residents and is part of a broader pattern across multiple states. According to authorities, scammers are stealing checks from the blue street-side United States Postal Service mailboxes.
Oklahoma City police searching for man wanted in mailbox theft at Quail Landing Apartments | KOKH
Police are searching for a man accused of breaking into several mailboxes an apartment complex. What investigators say stands out about the crime.
Anne Arundel County Police seek man who robbed staff at Jessup post office
Once the post office employees had given their money to the man, he fled the area on foot.
Two charged with stealing mail at Lake Kampeska
The Watertown Police Department is thanking the community, whose swift action and commitment to “see something, say something” led to the successful apprehension of individuals involved in recent mailbox thefts.
Northside neighbrhood experiencing mailbox thefts; USPS says they are ‘following up’
A North San Antonio neighborhood is reporting mail box thefts. USPS said they are “following up on it.”
Stolen mail addressed to residents southeast of Columbia recovered by sheriff’s office
The Boone County Sheriff’s Office said the mail was addressed to over 60 residents.
Two men charged for stealing mail near Watertown
Two men are facing charges after they stole hundreds of pieces of mail from the Watertown area.