I would contact the post office anyway...I would assume you got insurance???
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Schipo: It would be useful information to all of us if you let us know the outcome and what, if any, assistance you get from the Post Office. If it were me, not leaving any stone unturned, I would contact the police in the crook's town and see what assistance they can render. Perhaps he is a multi-time offender. Who knows. Puerto
You can trace a USPS money order for $5.20.
1. Must be 2 months or more since issue date.
2. You must present ID and money order stub.
If the money order has NOT been cashed they will refund by USPS check. If the money order has NOT been cashed, obviously, end of story.
If it has been cashed the USPS will send copies of the front and back of the money order. The copies will probably have the cashers bank information printed on it. This information could be helpful if you need to take further action. Hope this helps.