U.S. Postal Inspectors searching for identity of Wetumpka mail thieves

Published 4:06 pm Tuesday, July 14, 2020

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The United States Postal Inspection Service is currently investigating the theft of mail that occurred from the mailbox of a Wetumpka, Alabama resident. Under US Code 18 Section 1708, mail theft is defined as taking any piece of mail that is not your own for any purpose. A piece of mail can be any letter, postal card, package, box or bag. Mail theft can result from stealing from private mailboxes, collection boxes, postal workers, or mail trucks.

Postal Inspectors based out of Montgomery, Alabama advised that on or around June 5, 2020, in Wetumpka, Alabama, a postal customer’s outgoing mail was allegedly stolen from a residential mailbox.  Included in the stolen mail was a check that was washed and negotiated at the Wetumpka Wal-Mart.

Investigators are hoping that someone will be able to identify the suspects through the released photos.

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