The United States Postal Service photographs every piece of mail it processes

The Postal Service on Friday confirmed that it takes a photograph of every letter and package mailed in the United States — about 160 billion pieces last year — and occasionally provides the photos to law enforcement agencies that request them as part of criminal cases.

The images are taken at more than 200 processing plants around the country and are used primarily to help the agency sort mail.

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