Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2020-11-22 20:13:52 –
Memphis, Tennessee — The United States Postal Service is calling on the public to help identify individuals suspected of having stabbed a US Postal Service postman.
The incident occurred on Wednesday, November 18, at around 10 am on Boston Street 400 blocks in the Randy district near Midtown. After the assault, the mail carrier was slightly injured and taken to a local hospital where he was released shortly after, according to investigators.
The US Post Office said the suspect was last seen running south on Boston Street towards Baltimore Street.
(Click below to view the suspect’s reward poster)
The US Post Office offers up to $ 10,000 incentives for information that could lead to the arrest and conviction of the suspect who caused the assault.
If you have information about this suspect, please contact the US Postal Inspection Office (1-877-876-2455) (referred to as “law enforcement”).
All information is strictly confidential.
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