Tulsa police investigating stolen packages, mail
|Updated: 3/27 12:32 pm
||Published: 3/27 10:02 am
Tulsa police are investigating multiple larcenies involving stolen mail.
Investigators are working to determine if these crimes are related.
FOX23 first reported this incident on March 18th. Police say on March 12th surveillance video captured a white female removing packages from the front doorstep of a home in the area of 3400 S. Zunis Avenue. Police say the female was driving a white Ford F-150.
Two of the packages were later returned by an unknown male, but one package was not returned.
Police are also investigating an incident on March 13th the owner discovered several items that were placed in the mailbox for pickup had been opened and a check was missing at a home in the area of 2100 S. Darlington Avenue.
Then, on March 14th the victim contacted USPS about a missing package. The victim was told the package was delivered on the 14th to a home in the area of S. Main and E. 22nd Street.
Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 918-596-COPS or text TIP918 to CRIMES (274637).
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