Boxes of mail found dumped on side of New Jersey road after postal worker quits

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PENNSAUKEN, N.J. – A postal worker has left a heap of boxes packed with mail on the side of a South New Jersey road, according to the Courier-Post.

A Facebook user shared a photo of the discarded United States Postal Service mail on Sunday with the caption, “If you[‘re] looking for your mail, it maybe on river road by 36st station.”

The photo, posted by a user named Positive Energy Bennett, has been shared more than 3,500 times.

USPS investigators learned the mail carrier had resigned September 8.

“We do not anticipate any further action against this individual,” Special Agent Scott Balfour told the paper Wednesday. “The Roxborough Station Post Office is going to deliver the mail.”

Authorities did not say what might have led the ex-employee to dump hundreds of letters.

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