Did Ga. postal worker steal identities?

ATLANTA - A postal worker and another suspect are facing federal indictments after being accused of stealing people's identities.

The U.S. Attorney's office says Opeoluwa Adigun and Gabriel Onyekaba were indicted Wednesday on charges of conspiracy and identity theft. Adigun, who's from Nigeria, was also charged with immigration, Social Security, and passport fraud.

Adigun is accused of using a fake name to get a job as a mail carrier in Hiram, a small town northwest of metro Atlanta.

Authorities say she then started stealing personal information from more than 80 people along her mail route and, along with Onyekaba, used that information to open bank accounts and get loans and credit cards.

Authorities say the pair also created two fake businesses.



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