Greenwich Police Warn of Mail Thefts

By Lauren Pernal
|  Tuesday, Dec 3, 2013  |  Updated 10:31 PM EDT
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Greenwich Police Warn of Mail Thefts

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Greenwich Police are warning residents about recent thefts from residential mailboxes.

There have been over a dozen reported thefts and Greenwich police say most are occurring in the mid-county region.

Homeowners should avoid putting checks, credit sensitive information, personal information and valuables in their mailboxes for outgoing mail and should instead use collection boxes or send mail from the U.S. Post Office, police said.

Police are continuing to investigate.

Any information or suspicious activity should be reported to the Greenwich police at 203-622-8001.

Incidents of mail theft can be reported to the U.S. Postal Service at 203-625-3168.

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