Stolen: Several pieces of mail. A Bibb County sheriff’s report detailed a curious case the other day on Mary Drive in a mid-Macon neighborhood south of Freedom Park. A mailman on his rounds June 13 parked and, as the report put it, “walked the block and delivered mail to the citizens.” When he was done, he returned to his truck and saw that a tray of mail was missing. The truck’s doors were all closed and locked while he was out delivering, but a window was “three-quarters closed with only a small space” open. A sheriff’s deputy investigating the matter noticed two mail trays inside and tried to reach in to see if someone passing by could have grabbed a tray. “It was very difficult for me to take a tray of mail through the window, causing me to drop the mail,” the deputy’s write-up noted. The deputy asked the postman if he was certain the tray had been in the truck. “He was very sure,” the report added. The deputy, ever diligent, looked for neighbors who might have seen anything suspicious. They hadn’t. A woman whose living room window overlooks the spot where the truck was parked hadn’t noticed anything unusual. The woman, the report noted, said “she was playing solitaire on her phone, waiting for her 14-year-old daughter to come home.” It wasn’t known whether the mail was found.