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Mailmen Stole Over 8,000 Parcels Of Mail

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Police found opened packages and mail from other people scattered throughout the home of mailman Steven Bozzi.

Police suspect he had a master key and would open mailboxes and take packages with gift cards, Kindles, and laptops.

Bozzi called to check the balance on a gift card that had been reported missing, which prompted police to investigate him and even put a GPS tracker on his car.

He was caught on surveillance taking packages and is now charged with having stolen over 8,000 parcels in various towns north of Boston.

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