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South Reno Residents Report Mail Theft, USPS Investigates

By TheNevadaGlobeStaff, February 7, 2024 12:48 pm

Reno, NV – Residents in South Reno are raising concerns about mail theft, with individuals reporting missing packages and tampered mailboxes on social media. The United States Postal Service (USPS) has confirmed they are actively investigating the issue.

Recent Incidents:

  • Residents on social media platforms report missing mail, including packages and documents.
  • One resident, Kinan, describes finding his mailbox tampered with and items missing, including a voter ballot.
  • Kinan expresses concerns about stolen personal information and urges community vigilance.

USPS Response:

  • USPS confirms they are actively investigating the mail theft reports.
  • Letters are sent to impacted customers informing them of the investigation and vandalism.

Community Cooperation:

  • Kinan suggests increased community awareness and vigilance to deter further thefts.
  • Reporting suspicious activity to local authorities is encouraged.

Additional Information:

  • Specific details about the number of reported incidents and the nature of stolen items are currently unavailable.
  • The USPS investigation is ongoing, and updates may be provided as they become available.

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One thought on “South Reno Residents Report Mail Theft, USPS Investigates

  1. Post office’s should post warning signs telling people not to discard mail with personal information in post office garbage cans.

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