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A postman at a post office in Washington, D.C., Maryland was shot six times in two days.

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles. US post office officials reportedly warned of at least six armed robbers against mail carriers in Marylandand Washington, D.C..

"This alarming trend needs to be stopped," US Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) spokesman Michael Martel said at a press conference. "I'm sad about robbing someone who provides essential services to our community, but that's happening here and it has to end." 

Latent Martell, who refused to elaborate on his motives, said the suspect had not only personal property, but "a wide variety of items that the post office offers to carriers to do their jobs." Said. "Every day", but at this point I don't think they stole the email. 

In all sixmuzzle robbersin the Washington, DC metropolitan area, the suspect was wielding a firearm. In two of these cases, the aircraft carrier was also beaten and beaten on the face and head. According to Martell, none of the carriers were hospitalized and only suffered minor injuries that did not require additional medical care. 

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The four robbery service letter carriers in the mail occurred on Friday prior to the weekend of July 4th. 

U.S. Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) spokesman Michael Martel showed an image at a press conference of a black Mercedes believed to be the suspect vehicle in an armed robbery on a mail carrier in Northwest Washington, D.C.

Spokesman Michael Martel showed the image at a press conference in Black Mercedes, suspected of being an armed robbery of a postman in northwestern Washington, D.C.(US Post Office (USPIS))

The first case on Friday took place in Wheaton, Maryland at 10:30 am, suspected. Approached the letter carried, swung a gun, and demanded property, then fled to a black sedan, perhaps Infiniti. 

About 20 minutes later, another mail carrier was shot by a suspect, and police saidrequested property and the scene was in a vehicle that matched the same explanation. Said he ran away from. Suspects in both cases, probably in their twenties, as high-pitched black men, wearing black ski masks, all black clothes, standing between 5'-6 and 5'-8. It was explained. 

At around 11:24 am on Friday, the suspect approached a mail carrier on his route northwest of Washington, D.C., demanding property, attacking a letterman, and attacking his chin. The police said he had beaten him. 

The suspect robbed his property and fled the scene with a black Mercedes. 

In Columbia, Maryland, a suspect approached a mail carrier, wielding a firearm and demanding property.

Customers outside a US Post Office in Bethesda, Maryland on August 21, 2020.

Customers other than the US Post Office in Bethesda, Maryland August 21, 2020.((Photo by MANDELNGAN / AFP via Getty Images))

The suspect in the case has a bright complexion, standing about 5 feet -9 and red. I'm wearing a shirt. 

Two other robbery cases were reported on Thursday. At 12:55 pm, a mail carrier was delivering along the route in Takoma Park, Maryland. Two suspects approached, wielding weapons, demanding property, and assaulting a carrier. Then they ran away with a black sedan. 

USPS trucks sit at a U.S. Postal Service (USPS) facility in Elkridge, Maryland, U.S., on Sunday, Aug. 16, 2020. 

USPS Truck sits at the United States Postal Service (USPS) Sunday, August 16, 2020, facility in Elk Ridge, Maryland, USA.  ((Photographer: Stefani Reynolds / Bloomberg via Getty Images))

Approximately 2 miles away at 1:18 pm, northeastern Maryland A person carrying a letter along the route of the department approached the two suspects, wielding firearms and demanding property before escaping the area. In that case, the carrier was not injured, police said. 

Suspects in both cases are portrayed as two young slim black men wearing ski masks, standing approximately 5 feet-8 to 5 feet -10. rice field. One wore a dark hoodie and jeans, armed with black and silver pistols. The second suspect was described as wearing a black hoodie and jeans. The two were said to have escaped from the area with black sedans. 

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Martell rewards up to $ 50,000 Information that leads to the arrest, identity verification, and prosecution of related parties. The amount is "significant and reflects the Post Office's commitment to patrol for us," Martell said. 

Rewards apply to each case at this time, and anyone with information is asked to call 877-876-2455 to contact the Postal Inspection Service, he said. Added.

Danielle Wallace is a FoxNews Digital reporter covering politics, crime, police and more. Story tips can be sent to danielle.wallace @ and Twitter (@danimwallace).