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Oro Valley communities the site of recent mail thefts

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ORO VALLEY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The Oro Valley Police Department is informing residents of mail thefts that have recently occurred in the community.

OVPD is reporting that between December 21 and 22, a significant number of mailboxes were broken into in the following communities: 

- Seasons Loop Ave/Sterling,

- Heather Glenn Place/Glenn Abbey Place

- Eton Drive/First Ave 

According to an OVPD news release a black Ford F150 pick-up truck was seen in the area where the thefts occurred. 

OVPD is asking for the public's help, to check their bank accounts and credit card statements and notify the police if unusual activity is seen on any account. 

Officers are also advising residents to not leave delivered packages outside their homes for any extended period of time, as well as to not send cash in the mail.

Residents are reminded to call the police if they spot anything suspicious. 

Anyone with information about these thefts is asked to call 911, 88-CRIME OR (520) 229-4900.

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