Jamieson residents receive threatening mail - who is he?
THREATENING letters have been sent to Jamieson residents, with police now calling for people to identify a man suspected of being involved in the case.
Aged in his mid-60s and of solid build, the man was caught on CCTV footage delivering letters at the Jamieson Post Office.
It is understand those same letters were sent to a random selection of local residents, all with threatening content.
Investigators have been told the letters were delivered between August 16 and September 25.
“A gentleman has posted some letters into a post box here, and they have been addressed to certain people,” Mandy Riedel, from the Jamieson Post Office, said.
“He is not, to our knowledge, a local - but he frequents this area.
“It’s very strange; pre meditated, and pretty sad.”
Ms Riedel said the matter was initially reported to local police, who then came to the post office with a warrant for their CCTV footage.
From there, an image of the man suspected of being involved was identified and later released to the broader public.
Described as being approximately 175-180cm tall, partially bald with white hair and a white beard, the man was wearing a white T-shirt, grey shorts and boots at the time the letters were posted.
He may possibly be driving a light blue Toyota LandCruiser 100 series station wagon.
Investigators are urging anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential crime report at www. crimestoppersvic.com.au.
DO YOU KNOW THIS MAN: It is believed this man sent threatening letters to Jamieson residents, with local police calling for information.