Trio pummel USPS worker in Staten Island beatdown, take off in Jaguar: cops

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Two men and a women went postal on an on- duty USPS worker in Staten Island — and then got away in a Jaguar sedan after the beatdown police said.

The 47-year-old USPS worker was on Guyon Avenue near N Railroad Avenue in Oakwood Heights around 2:20 p.m. April 7 when two men and a woman began arguing with him, cops said Wednesday night.

The argument turned physical when both suspects began to pummel the victim before taking off in a dark-colored Jaguar, police said. 

The victim was taken to Staten Island University Hospital North in stable condition. 

Cops did not have any details on what sparked the dispute. 

All of the suspects, shown in surveillance photos released by police, are described as between 22 and 26 years old. 

One of the men is about 5-foot-8 and 120 pounds, last seen wearing a black tank top and red pants.

The other male suspect is also around 5-foot-8, 115 pounds and was last seen wearing a white T-shirt and dark-colored jeans.

The woman is about 5-foot-6, 180 pounds and was last seen wearing a red shirt and light-colored pants.

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