By Anne Canalp
The haul is to be be separated, photographed and classified for police to seek statements from intended recipients, and officials have pledged to “fast track” the investigation in order to distribute the stray items as soon as possible.
Önder Ilgın, a Post Office employee for 25 years, was arrested at his Değirmenlik home on Monday and charged with “grand larceny by a public official”, obtaining money by fraud and professional misconduct after police obtained a court order to search his home.
A Transport and Public Works Ministry spokesman said yesterday: “We will advise the public next week on how to get their mail back once the court case is over.”
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