June 14, 2024


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Bundles of mail found near dumpster at N.J. procuring heart

The United States Postal Assistance is investigating following bundles of mail were being uncovered dumped at a purchasing heart in Bergen County, N.J., authorities stated.

North Arlington law enforcement stated they obtained a 911 connect with soon immediately after 3 p.m. Friday reporting mail discovered in close proximity to a dumpster at a procuring center at 19 Schuyler Avenue. The dumpster is located powering a Santander Bank and Jack’s Super Foodtown grocery retailer.

“Officers responded and once on scene did observe many free, rubber-banded, bundles of mail, as explained by the caller,” law enforcement stated in a assertion posted to Facebook.

Law enforcement explained they alerted the U.S. Postal Service, which was dealing with the investigation.

“The mail that was recovered in North Arlington was claimed, collected and shipped,” said U.S. Postal Support spokesman George Flood explained to NJ Advance Media. “This subject was then turned over to our Office environment of Inspector Basic. We are not able to comment more at this time.”

A New Jersey Globe reporter asked Gov. Phil Murphy about the dumped mail through Monday’s coronavirus briefing. A photo of the bundles of mail tweeted by the website’s editor appeared to show mail-in ballots among circulars, publications and other common mail.

“We had been notified by USPS around the weekend. It’s a make a difference of it is under investigation,“ the governor’s Main Counsel Matt Platkin explained. “The mail was recovered from the trash receptacle and has been set back in the mail stream.”

NJ Progress Media team writer Karin Rate Mueller contributed to this report.

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