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first_imgWABC(NEW YORK CITY) — Postal Service investigators on Tuesday recovered dozens of bags of mail from a backyard shed belonging to a Long Island, New York postal worker, ABC station WABC reported.Agents from the Postal Service’s Office of the Inspector General went to the postal carrier’s home in Bellmore after they received a tip of undelivered mail, the station reported. Members of the Bellmore Fire Department, which is next door to the home, told WABC that they had seen a man carrying bags into a shed in his backyard over an eight-month period.Neighbors said investigators removed upwards of 60 kitchen-sized bags from the home, which they said belongs to a postal carrier in his late 30s, according to WABC. The postal carrier has not been charged, but the Inspector General’s Office said it would make a decision on whether to prosecute after a review of the undelivered mail and consultation with local and federal law enforcement agencies.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more