Special agents from the United States Postal Service raided the home of a USPS carrier in Baldwin, PA on Sunday night, confiscating eight large garbage bags of suspected undelivered mail, according to neighbors.
From inside his house on Meadowcrest Lane, mail carrier Sean Troesch had little to say on Monday, after agents rolled up in an unmarked van in front of his house and gathered bags of undelivered mail.
In a statement, the U.S. Postal Service Office of the Inspector General confirmed that its agents had acted on a tip and had vowed to carry out a detailed inventory of such bags, ensuring that each package would meet its intended recipient.
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