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Police Searching for Man Accused of Stealing Cash from Laurel Post Office

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Surveillance video image of suspect accused of stealing cash from an envelope at the Laurel Post Office. (Photo credit: Laurel Police Department) Surveillance video image of suspect accused of stealing cash from an envelope at the Laurel Post Office. (Photo credit: Laurel Police Department)

LAUREL, Del.– Police are searching for a man accused of stealing cash from an envelope at the Laurel Post Office earlier this week.

According to police, an unknown man was picking up mail Monday just before 10 a.m., when he picked up an envelope left by another customer on the counter with a large amount of cash. Police said the man opened the envelope, noticed the cash and placed it in his pocket. Then, the man left the post office with the cash, according to police.

Police said the suspect was pictured on surveillance video from the post office. He is described as white with brown hair, approximately 50 to 55 years of age, between 5-foot-10 and 6-foot-2, and 180-200 pounds.

Anyone who can identify the suspect is asked to contact the Laurel Police Department at (302) 875-2244.

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