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USPS seeks help to end to vandalism
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MONROE - The United States Postal Service is urging community members to be vigilant regarding acts of mailbox vandalism. "Mailbox vandalism increases during the summer months, and we need to encourage everyone to be aware of any misconduct that may occur in their neighborhoods," Monroe Postmaster OIC Gene Naumann said.Mailboxes are protected by federal law, and crimes against them and the mail they contain are considered federal offenses. Violators can be fined up to $250,000 or imprisoned for up to three years for each act of vandalism.