Help Solve Mail Carrier Robberies in Central Florida and Earn Up to $50k in Rewards

Help Solve Mail Carrier Robberies in Central Florida and Earn Up to $50k in Rewards

ORLANDO, Fla. — The United States Postal Inspection Service in Orlando reports that there have been many robberies of postal carriers in Central Florida in recent times.

Now, the authorities are offering two prizes, each worth up to fifty thousand dollars, for any information that leads to the arrests and convictions of the persons guilty of the alleged crimes.

Two tweets sent by officials on Tuesday indicate that at least two postal carriers for the United States Postal Service (USPS) had been robbed in both Seminole and Orange counties.

On January 27, 2023, at around 3:30 p.m., a suspect or suspects with an unknown number of accomplices attempted to rob a male worker who was working at the Joslin Grove Park community on Lake Drive in Orlando.

An hour later, the suspects robbed a USPS worker near 641 Altamira Circle in Altamonte Springs. The location of the robbery is given as 641 Altamira Circle. They were observed driving a recent black Volkswagen Tiguan.

According to the authorities, on February 4, one of the suspects who is depicted in the security photograph that can be seen above was spotted driving the suspect car at the Wawa convenience store that is located on Orange Blossom Trail and Colonial Drive in Orlando.

The suspects are said to be guys of African descent, dressed in gray and black hooded sweatshirts with black masks over their faces.

On March 9, 2023, a second occurrence of the same kind took place. An employee of the United States Postal Service in Sanford was reportedly robbed by an unknown suspect when they were in the vicinity of 4900 Solara Circle, close to H.E. Thomas Jr. Parkway.

The suspect is thought to be in his late teens and was characterized by the authorities as being a Black guy. He stands at a height of around 5 feet and 8 inches and has a lean body composition.

He was last seen wearing a black face mask, dark grey trousers with a white Nike insignia, a light grey hooded sweatshirt, and dark grey sweatpants. He also wore black slides.

It was not immediately clear whether the suspect in the event that took place in Sanford was also one of the individuals implicated in the crimes that took place in Orlando.

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