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(KSL News) Draper police have shut down a major ring of criminals stealing personal information from mailboxes.
Neighbors reported suspicious activity around the house at 12000 South 449 East, prompting police to watch the house and issue a search warrant.
Saturday morning, police raided the home and found piles of stolen mail, drugs, property and computers.
They arrested five people, including Patrick Bollack, Bailey Dee Miles and Jennifer Wageman.
Police believe the team would stalk mailboxes, steal information and numbers inside to make counterfeit checks and credit cards.
The message to mailbox users: Don't put personal information in your box!