MITCHELL, Ind. - A southern Indiana mail carrier was arrested after police said she stole money from greeting cards in the mail.
Beth Dumond was accused of stealing cash from the cards she was supposed to deliver.
Investigators said the thefts happened over a long period of time. Once authorities became suspicious, they planted cards with money and caught her stealing the cash.
Dumond faces charges of theft and official misconduct. Her initial hearing was scheduled for Sept. 2.
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