CHICAGO — A USPS mail carrier was robbed Thursday afternoon in Bucktown.

It happened at around 12:35 p.m. in the 1900 block of North Oakley.

Police said a 42-year-old entered a building and was approached by an unknown suspect with a firearm.

The National Association of Letter Carriers Chicago told WGN News the victim was robbed while working as a postal worker. The suspect got away with the man’s master keys.

The owner of Floyd’s Pub can’t believe his mail carrier of 20 years was robbed.

“Nicest guy, rain or shine he’s here. He keeps our mail dry,” Tony Glanz said. “He always says have a good day. Always really nice.”

No injuries were reported and no suspects are in custody.