WATCH: Bags of Unopened USPS Mail Found Dumped on Ground at 2 California Locations

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By KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

Bags of unopened United States Postal Service mail and boxes, dumped onto the ground, were discovered at two locations in Glendale last week.

The incidents happened last Thursday.

According to CNN, "The September 3 video shows a Budget rental vehicle backing into the lot of 7Q Spa Laser & Aesthetics. A person is seen exiting the vehicle and tossing numerous bags off the back of the truck into the lot. Minutes later, the person gets back into the vehicle and drives away -- leaving the bags of mail in the lot."

The second location was not that far from the lot of the first location, according to the LA Times on Sept. 4.

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Omar Gonzalez, the Western Regional Coordinator for the American Postal Workers Union, told CNN "US Postal Service employees weren't involved in the dumping of bags."

"Gonzalez said the person seen on surveillance video tossing the bags of mail out of a Budget rental truck was a contractor and after watching the surveillance tape, Gonzalez said the bags appeared to be bulk shipment mail," the CNN story reported.

He told CNN it was unclear if the mail was being delivered to or departing from the Glendale post office - or how it got onto a Budget rental truck.

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