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Postal crimes investigated in Doniphan Co
10/08/2019

(KAIR)--Mailbox break-ins at locations in Doniphan County are under investigation.

That’s according to a news release issued by the Doniphan County Sheriff’s Office.

According to the release, on October 2, the Highland Police Department had a report of locks being cut from postal drop boxes.  A similar situation also occurred in White Cloud.

The Postal Inspector’s Office was notified and they agreed to work the case internally.  
On October 4, the Wathena Police Department was notified the drop box in Wathena also had the locks cut as well.  Investigators learned the Troy Post Office and Elwood Post Office Postal Drop Boxes also had locks cut.
No suspect is yet identified.

The Doniphan County Law Enforcement and the Postal Inspectors office is looking for anyone that may have information about the crimes. 

If you have used a Postal Drop Box in or around Doniphan County to send mail, please follow up with the person(s) you sent mail to and ensure they have received anything you may have sent.  If you have sent any payments via the mail using the Drop Box, we are again asking you to ensure the people you sent it to have received this payment and you may need to stop payment on any checks sent.  
Any information helping solve this case please contact Doniphan County Sheriff Department at 785-985-3711.

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