Woman accused of stealing postal worker uniforms from laundry room surrenders

BLACKWOOD, N.J. (WPVI) — Washington Township police are investigating an alleged laundry room theft at an apartment complex in New Jersey. According to police, the woman they believe is seen in the surveillance video inside the laundry room has turned herself in around 5 p.m., Monday. She is currently being questioned by police and charges might be pending.

Among the items stolen were ladies’ U.S. Postal worker uniforms. According to police, the uniforms were worth $300 in total, for four pairs of women’s shorts and three shirts. Police believe this woman lived in the apartment complex and the theft was intentional.

While police believe the woman intended to steal clothes they’re not sure if she was after the postal service uniforms.

“There’s always concerns with terrorism and national security, people using United States postal service uniforms,” said Chief Gurcsik.

Source: Police: Woman steals United States postal worker uniforms out of Washington Township, New Jersey laundry room | 6abc.com