On February 22, 2018, the package cast lost contact with the Bosch appliance set.
It’s now back on its way, thanks to a team from Medical News Today (MNT) in partnership with the National Missing & Exploited Persons Center.
“A package was lost in a storm in South Florida.
A crew from the National Missing & Exploited Petitioner’s Catchment, Inc., located the missing package and alerted the US Postal Service.
The USPS has provided all of the necessary documentation to get the package back, including photos of the missing item,” said a statement from MNT.
MNT and NCPCC were able to track down the missing package, a Bosch Appliance Set (BAS), and get it back to its owner, Sandra Schulz.
After a week-long search, the package was located and transported to the USPCC in Boosch, Florida.
A package cast missing was found in a house in Florida on March 7, 2018.
Sandy Davenport, the coordinator of NCPS in Bosch, said the BAS is one of the rarest types of appliances, so the fact that the packaged was recovered so quickly is impressive.
Schulz was a victim of the September 18, 2018 hurricane and she said the fact the package was found so quickly was an accomplishment.
She said she’s thankful for the quickness of the recovery of the package.
Braselton Police Chief Michael Kallenberg said it’s important for people to know that the missing packages are not a mystery.
We have a dedicated package sheriff in Braselton, North Carolina.
I think we can all be thankful that we got this package back.
Kallenberg said he was excited to share that the package’s missing is no longer a mystery and will soon be back on his police department’s radar.
This is an example of a package that is missing, or has been found, and being returned to its rightful owner.
According to Kallberg, there have been 562 packages recovered in the last two years.
NCPs program has developed an online search tool to help law enforcement agencies in the search for missing packages.
There is a $250 reward for information leading to the return of missing packages, and anyone with information about this missing package should contact NCPNP directly at (800) 572-3227.
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