The U.S. Postal Inspection Service was notified of the incident after a customer entered the building at 401 Old Dixie Highway and “found the area had been disturbed and (saw) some signs of an apparent break-in,” said Ivan Ramirez, a service spokesman.
There was damage to a wall separating a publicly accessible lobby and the post office workroom, Ramirez said. The incident took place either Sunday night or early Monday, he said.
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