Photo via Twitter/NYPD109Pct
Forged credit cards and stolen mail (above) were among the confiscated items.

A Woodside man cuffed for stealing mail in Queens was discovered with a collection of forged items, according to police.

Sungwoo Han, 30, was arrested and charged with possession of a forged instrument, criminal possession of stolen property and unlawful possession of stolen property.

On Sept. 2 at around 7 a.m., Han was discovered at 45th Avenue and Robinson Street in Flushing rifling through a residential mailbox without the owner’s permission.

Upon placing Han under arrest, officers from the 109th Precinct discovered the perpetrator was in possession of multiple forged identification cards, credit cards and counterfeit currency.

Inspector Judith Harrison, commanding officer of the Flushing-based precinct, took to Twitter to commend the officers responsible for the arrest.

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