Chicago police report that a United States Postal Service mail carrier was robbed Wednesday in Lincoln Park.
According to Chicago Police Department (CPD), a 35-year old man was seen standing outside on Wednesday morning when two men approached him, demanding property and displaying a gun. CWB Chicago reported Wednesday.
The incident occurred in the 2500 block North Ashland. The outlet continued:
CWB Chicago learned that the victim was a mail carrier and that the robbers wanted a USPS “arrowkey” from him. These master keys allow postal workers to unlock parcel lockers, collection boxes, and mailroom boxes in apartment buildings.
According to the report, the suspects fled Altgeld Street east after the robbery. Two Black men, each about 6 feet tall, were seen wearing black masks and black jackets. The other was wearing black and red pants with rhinestone embellishments.
Another U.S. According to a report, a pair of men approached a Postal Service mail carrier in Chicago’s Logan Park and took several items.
The master keys of many city postal carriers were stolen by suspects to steal mail and later end up in fraud schemes.
The U.S. The U.S. Postal Service has advised citizens not to drop their mail in blue mailboxes after the last collection.
According to a report, police claim that a driver for food delivery was attacked near the home of Mayor Lori Lightfoot (D).
According to police, the suspect robbed the driver of his vehicle at gunpoint. He also stole Lightfoot’s car just down the street from Logan Square.
According to the mayor, her plan to tackle crime was “working” Tuesday. However, Breitbart News reported that major crime rose by 41% last year. Breitbart also reported that crime has increased by 33% since Lightfoot’s election three years ago.