Postal worker robbed at gunpoint in Huber Heights; police investigating

Police are searching for a man accused of robbing a U.S. Postal Worker in Huber Heights Saturday morning.

Around 10 a.m., Huber Heights police responded to reports of a mail carrier who had been robbed in the area of Mt. Whitney and Taylorsville Road.

The postal worker told police a man in dark clothing and a ski mask displayed a gun and stole their phone, mail bag, and mail scanner, according to a spokesperson for Huber Heights police.

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Police found the scanner, bag and phone case in the 7500 block of Mt. Hood, but were unable to find the phone itself.

A K-9 officer was called to help search for the suspect but it was unsuccessful.

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The postal worker was not injured, according to police.

The suspect remains at large.

A USPS postal inspector confirmed they were informed and responded to the alleged robbery.

USPS asked the public if anyone saw the incident or has information to provide to contact the U.S. Postal Inspection Service at 877-876-2455.

We will update this story as we learn more.