A postal worker was robbed and pistol-whipped while walking his route in Brooklyn Tuesday, police said.
Authorities say the worker was processing mail at 1760 Pacific St. in Weeksville just before 4 p.m.on Feb. 28 when a ne’er-do-well approached him and displayed a gray and black handgun.
The suspect — said by cops to be between 15 and 18 years old — then beat the postal worker and robbed him of a mail key.
No arrests have been made and the investigation remains ongoing.
Representatives for the United States Postal Service deferred comment on the incident to the New York City Police Department.