Man Steals U.S. Postal Truck on Shaw Avenue [Fresno, CA]


Man Steals U.S. Postal Truck on Shaw Avenue
Man Steals U.S. Postal Truck on Shaw Avenue Man Steals U.S. Postal Truck on Shaw Avenue

Man Steals Mail Truck in Fresno

 
FRESNO, CA (January 19, 2019) – Early Saturday afternoon, it was reported that an unidentified male had stolen a United States Postal Service mail truck on Shaw Avenue.
 
Police received a call around 12:00 PM about a man running across Shaw Avenue near Fresno state attempting to stop oncoming cars.
 
Officials reported the man approached a mail carrier, pushed the driver down before getting into the vehicle and driving away. The suspect was later caught and arrested after crashing near Shaw Avenue and Maroa Avenue.
 
His identify has not been released and it is unknown if he was injured in the crash.
 
There has been no further information released regarding the circumstances leading up to the incident at this time. Anyone with additional information is encouraged to call the Fresno Police Department at (559) 621-7000.
 
Motor vehicle theft is against the law, please abide by all laws to prevent yourself and others from being in dangerous incidents.


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