How is this happening? |

How is this happening?

Dear Editor:

In regards to Kathy Methfessel’s letter on November the 11th, I as well have had a gift card stolen from mail!

I sent my father a birthday card in June with a $50 AMEX gift card enclosed; the card was received but not the gift card – it had obviously been torn into, taped up, etc. I think the question is, who is getting the opportunity to handle our mail and take their pick of what they want?

Unfortunately my grandmother, in another instance, in her assisted living facility was also robbed of her gift cards that were given to her by her grandchildren and children. Are people seriously doing this, robbing the elderly? And how are they getting their hands on our mail?

Sue McGrath

Snowmass Village

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