Connecticut postman caught stealing Nintendo consoles and more

Connecticut postman caught stealing Nintendo consoles and more

Everyone has a bone to choose from with so-called “scalpers” right now who take advantage of desperate buyers, but what about the people who are responsible for transporting product shipments in the first place? Well, a postal worker in the U.S. state of Connecticut hit a target when they started a frenzy of theft of consoles and various other items in 2020.

As Polygon reports, over a period of about two months between February and April 2020, Zoheb Deura, a former employee of the United States Postal Service, was caught red-handed by the company’s inspector general.

Deura was convicted of stealing “numerous packages, including packages containing an Apple computer, PlayStation and Nintendo gaming devices, a iPhone, shoes and clothing items. “

Following an investigation, Deura was indicted and pleaded guilty to embezzlement on October 21, 2020. He also resigned his post with the United States Postal Service since…

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