The Post Office said they are actively investigating missing mail in Canton.
London Warren, the Public Information Officer for the Postal Service's Office of Inspector General, said there is an active investigation going on in Canton on why customers are missing mail and said she cannot give any more information on the situation.
Warren said anyone who does not receive mail in Canton should contact the Office of Inspector General at 866-877-7644 or by visiting www.USPSOIG.Gov.
Rachel Larson Devine: We receive more mail for our neighbors and random people than we do ourselves half the time --- it's ridiculous and there's no excuse. A few envelopes here or there is fine --- but it is almost an everyday occurrence in our neighborhood. It's not hard to read a name and address and actually deliver it to that person. Laziness.
Jennifer Harrington Hurley: I found two letters on the sidewalk in front of my house and delivered them myself to my neighbors. Luckily they were in plain sight but they could have been anywhere.