Mail Theft Monday – 2/22/10

We do apologize for this “lazy” version of Mail Theft Monday with no fantastically insightful commentary. We will return to your normally scheduled programming next Monday! Without further ado, here is a week in mail identity theft and stolen mail cases:

Newberry County officials looking for suspects in stolen mail case
“Try to take your mail inside the post office and never use an outside box during holidays when the mail has a potential to sit in the box for a few days.

20-Year-Old Admits To Drinking, Stealing Truck For Joyride
Hartford Courant
When he learned what the police had found, Bonertz admitted stealing the mail, the laptop case and the truck. He said he had stolen the truck after a night

Two dozen residents notice rural mail thefts near airport and Oxford
The Durango Herald
by Shane Benjamin About two dozen residents have reported mail being stolen recently from their mailboxes in rural parts of the county.

Police find $10K in stolen checks; two arrested
Mountain View Voice
by Kelsey Mesher Mountain View police say they recovered more than $10000 in checks and a plethora of other stolen mail while conducting a routine traffic

Mail Stolen Out of Post Office Mailbox
Pomaria (WLTX) – Deputies in Newberry County are very concerned about mail stolen from a federal mailbox. It’s a small town, and at one time it bustled with

Mail stolen from Post Office receptacle in Pomaria
POMARIA, SC (WIS) – The Newberry County Sheriff’s Office is investigating after mail was stolen from a postal receptacle at the US Post Office in Pomaria.

Police log: Mail theft reported near Larch Road
Tracy Press
by TP staff A caller reported at 2:30 pm Tuesday that a man and a woman were stealing mail at Larch Road and Tracy Boulevard.

Inspectors warn of mail theft
OROVILLE — Postal inspectors say there have been about 10 mail thefts in Oroville recently and warn people to report suspicious activity.

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