December 15, 2017
PUYALLUP, WA – Puyallup police and the U.S. Postal Service are investigating a possible rogue mail carrier on the loose in a local neighborhood. Police suspect the mail carrier has written graffiti on cars and used a postal truck to knock over trash cans.
On Wednesday, police responded to the 400 block of 10th Avenue Southeast after a local resident found the phrase “Don’t Park Here” written on her car in black felt pen. The carrier has left similar notes in the neighborhood, according to police, and the handwriting on the car matched those notes.
Other neighbors complained to police about the postal carrier knocking over trash bins with a postal truck. The neighborhood the carrier is allegedly terrorizing is east of the state fairgrounds and north of SR 512.
Police are investigating the “Don’t Park Here” vandalism as malicious mischief. Police have been in touch with a U.S. Postal Inspector about the activity.
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