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Posted: Mar 08, 2018 10:52PM PST

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USPS: Oakland rash of mail truck burglaries continues

The U.S. Postal Service tells KTVU there has been a rash of mail vehicle burglaries while they're parked in various neighborhoods in Oakland. Mail and packages have been stolen. Amber Lee reports.

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