Thieves stole post from Royal Mail van

Royal Mail has confirmed post was stolen from one of its Leeds vans.
Royal Mail has confirmed post was stolen from one of its Leeds vans.

Post was stolen from a Royal Mail van while deliveries were being made.

Thieves broke into a van from the Tong Road Delivery Office in Leeds on September 30.

Royal Mail today confirmed 11 items of post had been taken during the incident.

A spokeswoman said the theft took place while postmen were out on deliveries.

She said: “We have contacted those customers affected to discuss next steps and express our apologies.

“We are working with the police and would advise anyone with any information to contact them immediately.”

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