Customers in Florida missing their mail because it’s evidence in USPS investigation

WEST PALM BEACH, FL – One stroke and one color at a time, Lynn Morgan paints a picture of a beautiful landscape.

"My paintings sort of all portray peaceful solitude," explained Morgan.

Her recent dealings with the Postal Service has this artist seeing red.

"Someone sent me a check to buy one of my paintings and I never received that," explained Morgan.

We found there are 150 stories like Morgan’s in West Palm Beach.

"Mail was coming to us that had already been rifled," explained Postal Inspector Jeffrey Esser.

The Post Office is now trying to connect each piece of compromised mail with its owner. Some of the cards were taken out of their envelopes, so it’s not an easy task.

The Post Office is still investigating, but believes the problem happened at a Memphis sorting facility.

"Two temporary employees were identified. They’ve since been removed from the Postal Service, and they’re working with the US Attorney’s Office," Esser explained.

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