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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Wynoma is wondering where her package is.
She tells First Coast News that she mailed it from the Murray Hill post office on March 26th but it never got to its destination.
First Coast News called the United States Postal Service's Murray Hill branch and were told Wynoma's package was supposed to arrive at Jacksonville's Northside on March 28th. First Coast News was told the package was scanned to go to their sorting facility. FCN called that facility and was told it hadn't gotten there yet. USPS spokesperson, Stephen Seewoester said.
"The Postal Service apologizes that the customer's package has not yet arrived."
Seewoester added "Our Consumer Affairs office will contact the customer for more information about the package and continue the search."
The United States Postal Service's website has a tool to track packages.
First Coast News