There were no people in the picture. But, I know what a picture of green brick walls, USPS stickers on shelves and carts, and overhead catwalks with peep-slits and visors look like, and I know where they're found.
My guess, someone was going to make themselves a present. I was on it, and insistent, and somebody got looked at closely, so the package got "unlost" rapidly. For all I know, "someone" may have "delivered" the package in non-USPO uniform, and non-USPO vehicle, on non-USPO time, just to avoid any problem. They did not know enough to reformat the card.
I'll confess... hehehe... when I saw the card in the camera, I thought there was a possibility of something "juicy"... or really just curious as to why things were, as they were. Thats what got me to peep the card and unerase the file.
I got two cameras, one silver for the GF, and one black for moi. Use - on motorcycle. Don't care if they get wet, get knocked about, get abused. Really don't care for the best image quality. The cameras primary purpose - survive and make reasonably ok snapshots. The Fuji's have lousy detail resolution due to anti-noise softening, but have above average color and contrast, will shoot in B&W mode without fiddling, and... important... have LCD's you can actually see in daylight, with a "boost" LCD button for momentary full brightness mode if needed.
That chapter is over... move on. Sorry to drift the OP's thread a bit. Just... he's not alone. Shipping mysteries... remain such for the most part, in my experience.