Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Postal Worker Tries to Sell Stolen Gold...

A Detroit-area postal clerk was accused of attempting to sell stolen gold to a pawnshop right before Christmas.

The AP reported that the postal clerk had attempted to sell the stolen gold back to a pawnshop that had initially mailed the package. The package was mailed by G&S Pawn Shop from Mount Clemens to Ann Arbor. The package contained melted-down gold, gold dust and gold filings. The following day, the postal worker attempted to sell the gold back to the pawnshop’s owner, who identified the stolen gold as the mailed gold from G&S.

The postal worker has been released on a $10,000 bond and has been placed on unpaid leave by the USPS.

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