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NYPD Battling Mail Fishers

Officer Frank Pacella warns a retired MTA bus driver about mail fishing (photo: Norwood News/Adi Talwar)

Been losing checks in the mail? Well, according to the Norwood News, the NYPD’s Crime Prevention Division (CPD) has been checking for security cameras near mailboxes and warning local residents about mail fishers who fish mail from street mailboxes, cash checks, and steal identities.

Apprently, your mail can be ‘fished’  with just glue and a piece of string, which is why the CPD is using tracking cameras so they can investigate these crimes instead of waiting for complaints from banks and the general public.

Read the full November 7, 2018 report by Joseph Konig in NORWOOD NEWS…

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