Postal Worker Robbed At Gunpoint in California in Broad Daylight (Video)


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On a quiet Monday afternoon in Dublin, California, a horrifying incident unfolded as a 63-year-old female mail carrier fell victim to an armed robbery.

The unsuspecting postal worker, with 33 years of dedicated service under her belt, was diligently carrying out her duties when the tranquility of the residential neighborhood was shattered by the presence of two masked individuals.

Surveillance footage captured the chilling moment when the mail carrier was approached from behind by the first assailant, his face concealed behind a mask.

Shortly after, another figure cloaked in a mask joined the scene, trailing closely behind the initial perpetrator.

As tension mounted in the air, the situation took a terrifying turn as both individuals brandished a gun at the defenseless mail carrier.


KTVC reports:

“Somebody came up behind me and ‘boom,’ just hit me ,and put a gun to my head,” said the female postal carrier who asked not to be identified.”He said, ‘Give me your keys. You don’t want to die, do you?’ I go no, no, no. So I reached in, got my keys, and he goes, ‘Where’s your phone? You got two minutes’.”

The worker went to the mail truck to get her phone and handed it to the armed robber while fearing the worst.

She said,”On my god, I’m going to die.”

But the two men ran away after taking the keys to mailboxes and the truck, along with her cell phone.

She went to a neighbor for help in calling 911.

The USPS  is offering a reward of up to $150,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible.

This incident serves as a stark reminder of how swiftly safety and security can be shattered by senseless acts of violence perpetrated by individuals devoid of empathy or conscience.

It underscores the vulnerability faced by frontline workers who navigate daily risks while upholding essential services for communities across America.

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Erica Carlin is an independent journalist, opinion writer and contributor to several news and opinion sources. She is based in Georgia.

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