Several bags of unsent mail were found waiting to be collected in front of the home of a U.S. Postal Service employee in Pennsylvania, the report said.
The discovery, made Sunday at a Baldwin home in Pennsylvania, is being investigated by the U.S. Postal Service’s Inspector General’s Office, WPXI reported.
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The unidentified employee is on unpaid leave.
Scott Balfour, a special agent at USPS OGI, told a newspaper Tuesday that the packages contained a variety of mail, including first-class and business supplies.
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“We expect to count shipments today and arrange for mail to be delivered to customers as soon as possible,”
“Once the USPS OIG special agents have completed their investigation, the case will be brought to federal prosecution for federal prosecution,” he said.