A deliveryman in Alberta is asking the public to help find his missing package.
On Sunday morning, he posted a message on Facebook and Instagram, which has since been shared nearly 5,000 times.
The man said the package was dropped off at his home, which is about 15 minutes from his home.
“We received a package in the mail yesterday and it was a box of some sort, a piece of cardboard wrapped around some sort of metal, and the inside of it was something that looked like an envelope,” said the man.
“I’m not sure what that was but it was addressed to my house.”
The man says the package wasn’t empty, but he was suspicious because it was wrapped in a heavy duty packing material.
“That’s where I thought something was wrong, so I started to open the package and it looked like something was missing,” said he.
The package was addressed as a “shelter package” but the man said it was actually an item of clothing that could have been a shelter.
“So I started taking it outside and I went and checked and the whole package was inside the box, and it had a hole in it,” he said.
The deliveryman said he didn’t know what happened to the package until he opened it.
“It looked like a piece, or a piece wrapped around a piece,” he explained.
The postal worker posted on Facebook that he received a call from FedEx about the package.
“As soon as I saw the call, I just had to get it,” said David Johnson, the postal worker.
Johnson says the man told him he was going to try and find it, but when he went outside to look, there wasn’t any one there.
“The first thing I did was check and the box was gone.
I mean, I mean it just didn’t belong there,” he added.
Johnson is hoping to see the man again.
“You can never be too sure, but I would be happy to find out where it is,” he concluded.