Video: Postal Service investigates missing mail in Charlotte

CHARLOTTE, N.C. —

The U.S. Postal Service confirmed they are investigating the disappearance of mail intended for residents of some streets in Myers Park.

The problem came to light in late March when residents of Queens Road West and Westfield Road noticed that some mail they were expecting never showed up.

It happened while the carrier who has worked that route for 25 years, Danny Hinson, was on vacation.

Read more: Postal Service investigates missing mail in Myers Park | www.wsoctv.com.

  • jd

    postal management wants to hire workers for low pay and hardly no benefits, this is the result and future of the postal service.

    • IIlIIl111

      Exactly. No career, no reason to provide quality service. Different route every day, long days with no reward…………………. Those gift cards they are delivering start to look pretty good……………………………….

      • libbilee

        postal employees have never been trained to provide good service. Better they privatize and get rid of all the dead beats

  • jd

    postal management wants to hire workers for low pay and hardly no benefits, this is the result and future of the postal service.

    • IIlIIl111

      Exactly. No career, no reason to provide quality service. Different route every day, long days with no reward…………………. Those gift cards they are delivering start to look pretty good……………………………….

      • libbilee

        postal employees have never been trained to provide good service. Better they privatize and get rid of all the dead beats