Mail Theft | VideoSarahbeth Ackerman | 1/25/2013
"We also had some incidents where they are taking the credit card bills and taking the credit card numbers from those bills and using those to make illegal transactions. So, we are just asking the public to be more careful with how they are making those payments using alternative methods to make that payment," said Cassidy Halseth with the Minot police.
Halseth suggests handing your bill to the company or even directly dropping the envelope off to the post office to avoid these crimes from continuing.
If you see any suspicious activity around your mailbox, contact the Crime Stoppers Hotline at 852-7463