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Postal service won't elaborate on investigation of dumped mail

We have reported on the piles of undelivered mail found dumped in the woods south of Dayton on Wednesday. Information from the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office provided many details such as what Dayton Postal Route the dumped mail apparently was intended for and that the dates of the undelivered mail range from August 22nd to September 3rd. The Liberty County Sheriff’s Office report said the hundreds of pieces of mail appeared to have been dumped by a postal employee. The sheriff’s department is assisting the U. S. Postal Service Office of the Inspector General in this investigation. According a press release from the Postal Inspector General’s Office no information on the current state of their investigation into the dumped mail case is being released. Citing the Privacy Act of 1974, the Public Information Office for the Postal Service said the service could not disclose any specific information on postal service employees until such time as criminal charges are filed and the information becomes public.       

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