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  • INVESTIGATING AGENCY: St. Charles PD
    REPORT NUMBER: N/A
    TYPE OF INCIDENT: Burglary
    DATE OCCURRED: 7/20/24
    INCIDENT LOCATION: St. Charles, MO

    Costa's Coins & Currency was the victim of a hotel room burglary while attending the recent St. Louis Coin Show on 7/19/24. While the victim was eating dinner unknown suspect/suspects gained entry into his hotel room and removed an extensive currency inventory.

    Investigators are reviewing video footage and additional information will be sent out along with a more detailed inventory list when it becomes available.

    STOLEN

    Several $1 Educational notes in xf to 64.
    $2 Education notes in vf 35- 63 .
    1x $5 Education in 40. Most in PCGS GRADE.
    1922 $10,$20 &$50 gold certificates Pcgs Pmg graded
    1923 $5 porthole in 66 Pcgs
    1899 $5 and 1901 $10 Lg type notes .
    Groups of Confederate notes
    Small size gold certificates . All denominations
    $1, $2, $5 & $100 legal tender notes all graded holders as well . Pcgs and Pmg .
    All denominations of small size silver certificates graded
    Approximate 8-9 packs of 100 consecutive $2 1976 notes . Minneapolis district.
    Miscellaneous Large type graded notes
    IL Nationals Highland IL
    ALTON IL $2 lazy deuce. Vf 35
    1901 $10 bison in 63 EPQ Pcgs

    Anyone with information contact:
    Doug Davis
    817-723-7231
    [email protected]
    INVESTIGATING AGENCY: St. Charles PD REPORT NUMBER: N/A TYPE OF INCIDENT: Burglary DATE OCCURRED: 7/20/24 INCIDENT LOCATION: St. Charles, MO Costa's Coins & Currency was the victim of a hotel room burglary while attending the recent St. Louis Coin Show on 7/19/24. While the victim was eating dinner unknown suspect/suspects gained entry into his hotel room and removed an extensive currency inventory. Investigators are reviewing video footage and additional information will be sent out along with a more detailed inventory list when it becomes available. STOLEN Several $1 Educational notes in xf to 64. $2 Education notes in vf 35- 63 . 1x $5 Education in 40. Most in PCGS GRADE. 1922 $10,$20 &$50 gold certificates Pcgs Pmg graded 1923 $5 porthole in 66 Pcgs 1899 $5 and 1901 $10 Lg type notes . Groups of Confederate notes Small size gold certificates . All denominations $1, $2, $5 & $100 legal tender notes all graded holders as well . Pcgs and Pmg . All denominations of small size silver certificates graded Approximate 8-9 packs of 100 consecutive $2 1976 notes . Minneapolis district. Miscellaneous Large type graded notes IL Nationals Highland IL ALTON IL $2 lazy deuce. Vf 35 1901 $10 bison in 63 EPQ Pcgs Anyone with information contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 [email protected]
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  • INVESTIGATING AGENCY: FedEx
    REPORT NUMBER: N/A
    TYPE OF INCIDENT: Mail Theft
    DATE OCCURRED: 6/25/24
    INCIDENT LOCATION: TRANSIT CA TO MA

    A FedEx package being shipped from California to MA was received by recipient
    compromised. One edge of the box had been cut open and re-taped.
    Stolen Coin:
    1872 2 Cent NGC PF66+ 6332819-002

    Anyone with information contact:
    Doug Davis
    817-723-7231
    [email protected]
    INVESTIGATING AGENCY: FedEx REPORT NUMBER: N/A TYPE OF INCIDENT: Mail Theft DATE OCCURRED: 6/25/24 INCIDENT LOCATION: TRANSIT CA TO MA A FedEx package being shipped from California to MA was received by recipient compromised. One edge of the box had been cut open and re-taped. Stolen Coin: 1872 2 Cent NGC PF66+ 6332819-002 Anyone with information contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 [email protected]
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  • INVESTIGATING AGENCY: FedEx
    REPORT NUMBER: N/A
    TYPE OF INCIDENT: Theft
    DATE OCCURRED: 7/12/24
    INCIDENT LOCATION: TRANSIT CA-TX

    A package being shipped FedEx from CA to TX was received by the recipient with
    the contents missing. The package was double boxed and the inner box containing coins and bars was missing.

    Stolen Contents:

    2 x 1 oz. gold American Eagles
    1 x JM 100 oz. Silver Bar
    1 x 102.5 oz. “United States Silver Corporation” Silver Bar with the Morgan dollar
    impression on the front of the bar. The logo was double impressed and 102.5 in
    greese pen on the bottom of the bar.
    6 x Kilo Silver Bars, pamp, valcambi, et. Al.
    30 x 5 oz. America The Beautiful .25c coins silver BU. (2 x tubes of 10) plus 5
    more coins.

    Anyone with information contact:
    Doug Davis
    817-723-7231
    [email protected]
    INVESTIGATING AGENCY: FedEx REPORT NUMBER: N/A TYPE OF INCIDENT: Theft DATE OCCURRED: 7/12/24 INCIDENT LOCATION: TRANSIT CA-TX A package being shipped FedEx from CA to TX was received by the recipient with the contents missing. The package was double boxed and the inner box containing coins and bars was missing. Stolen Contents: 2 x 1 oz. gold American Eagles 1 x JM 100 oz. Silver Bar 1 x 102.5 oz. “United States Silver Corporation” Silver Bar with the Morgan dollar impression on the front of the bar. The logo was double impressed and 102.5 in greese pen on the bottom of the bar. 6 x Kilo Silver Bars, pamp, valcambi, et. Al. 30 x 5 oz. America The Beautiful .25c coins silver BU. (2 x tubes of 10) plus 5 more coins. Anyone with information contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 [email protected]
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  • INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Madrid Law Enforcement
    REPORT NUMBER: N/A
    TYPE OF INCIDENT: Theft
    DATE OCCURRED: June 29, 2024
    INCIDENT LOCATION: Madrid, Spain

    On June 29, 2024 dealer, Don Kagin, was the victim of a theft while attending a coin show in Madrid, Spain. The victim left the show with his roller bag and was headed to his hotel and stopped to make a purchase at a shop. During the transaction a suspect grabbed the roller bag in seconds and fled. The victim immediately followed the suspect but was distracted by a second person who pointed in the opposite direction of the fleeing suspect.

    The initial investigation has revealed that the offense was well orchestrated by four individuals. Madrid police have advised the victim that the offense was caught on video and that one suspect has been identified and is a known offender. Investigators believe the suspects are Columbian Nationals.

    Stolen Coins
    1852 U.S. Assay Office $50 PCGS VF35 50015753
    1851 Humbert $50 PCGS VF25 39196283
    1849 Moffatt $5 NGC MS60 3643408-002
    No Date Bechtler $1 28 grain Center PCGS 5749005
    2022 one-ounce gold TORO 1 of 200 PCGS PF70 46035117
    2023 one-ounce gold Caballo 1 of 200 PCGS PF70 47782609
    2022 1/10th gold Lynx PCGS PF70 46034016
    2023 1/10th gold TORO PCGS PF70 47925537
    2024 1/10th gold Caballo PCGS PF7049593381

    Anyone with information contact:
    Doug Davis
    817-723-7231
    [email protected]
    INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Madrid Law Enforcement REPORT NUMBER: N/A TYPE OF INCIDENT: Theft DATE OCCURRED: June 29, 2024 INCIDENT LOCATION: Madrid, Spain On June 29, 2024 dealer, Don Kagin, was the victim of a theft while attending a coin show in Madrid, Spain. The victim left the show with his roller bag and was headed to his hotel and stopped to make a purchase at a shop. During the transaction a suspect grabbed the roller bag in seconds and fled. The victim immediately followed the suspect but was distracted by a second person who pointed in the opposite direction of the fleeing suspect. The initial investigation has revealed that the offense was well orchestrated by four individuals. Madrid police have advised the victim that the offense was caught on video and that one suspect has been identified and is a known offender. Investigators believe the suspects are Columbian Nationals. Stolen Coins 1852 U.S. Assay Office $50 PCGS VF35 50015753 1851 Humbert $50 PCGS VF25 39196283 1849 Moffatt $5 NGC MS60 3643408-002 No Date Bechtler $1 28 grain Center PCGS 5749005 2022 one-ounce gold TORO 1 of 200 PCGS PF70 46035117 2023 one-ounce gold Caballo 1 of 200 PCGS PF70 47782609 2022 1/10th gold Lynx PCGS PF70 46034016 2023 1/10th gold TORO PCGS PF70 47925537 2024 1/10th gold Caballo PCGS PF7049593381 Anyone with information contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 [email protected]
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  • INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Cheyenne PD
    REPORT NUMBER: N/A
    TYPE OF INCIDENT: Robbery/Homicide
    DATE OCCURRED: June 2015
    INCIDENT LOCATION: Cheyenne, WY

    In 2015 NCIC assisted in the initial investigation of a double homicide that occurred at “The Coin Shop” in downtown Cheyenne, Wyoming. The owner, Dwight Brockman, and George Manley were killed during the robbery. Yesterday, June 25, 2024 Douglas Smith of McCloud, California, was arrested on a warrant alleging two accounts of first-degree murder.

    The arrest was made by Cheyenne police with the assistance of the Siskiyou Sheriff’s office. The case has now been turned over to the Laramie County District Attorney.
    
    The success in this case was due to the diligent efforts of the Cheyenne Police Department and multiple agencies that assisted during the investigation of this ten year old case.

    Anyone with information contact:
    Doug Davis
    817-723-7231
    [email protected]
    INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Cheyenne PD REPORT NUMBER: N/A TYPE OF INCIDENT: Robbery/Homicide DATE OCCURRED: June 2015 INCIDENT LOCATION: Cheyenne, WY In 2015 NCIC assisted in the initial investigation of a double homicide that occurred at “The Coin Shop” in downtown Cheyenne, Wyoming. The owner, Dwight Brockman, and George Manley were killed during the robbery. Yesterday, June 25, 2024 Douglas Smith of McCloud, California, was arrested on a warrant alleging two accounts of first-degree murder. The arrest was made by Cheyenne police with the assistance of the Siskiyou Sheriff’s office. The case has now been turned over to the Laramie County District Attorney.  The success in this case was due to the diligent efforts of the Cheyenne Police Department and multiple agencies that assisted during the investigation of this ten year old case. Anyone with information contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 [email protected]
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  • Attention coin collectors and dealers! Stay vigilant and protect your treasures—coin theft remains an ongoing issue. Keep your collections secure and report any suspicious activity. Let's work together to keep our community safe! #CoinSafety #ProtectYourCollection #Numismatics
    🔒🚨 Attention coin collectors and dealers! Stay vigilant and protect your treasures—coin theft remains an ongoing issue. Keep your collections secure and report any suspicious activity. Let's work together to keep our community safe! 🪙🔐 #CoinSafety #ProtectYourCollection #Numismatics
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    Numismatic Crime - Coin Dealers Continue to Be Targeted After Shows
    Recent Alerts from Doug Davis - Founder and President, Numismatic Crime Information Center (NCIC) ...... Person of Interest Wanted in Possible Gold Coin
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  • INVESTIGATING AGENCY: USPS
    REPORT NUMBER: MRC-24-1831-1235
    TYPE OF INCIDENT: Postal Theft
    DATE OCCURRED: 5/23/24
    INCIDENT LOCATION: Transit

    A USPS priority mail package shipped from CA to TX was received with contents missing. The package was last scanned in Houston, TX.

    Stolen Contents:

    $5 1934A HAWAII FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE L54904990A
    $1 1935A HAWAII SILVER CERTIFICATE S40425661C
    $10 1934A HAWAII FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE L43448928B
    $20 1934A HAWAII SILVER CERTIFICATE L88774911A
    $500 1934 FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE G00143512A
    $1,000 1934A FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE G00265363A
    $10 1875 NATIONAL CURRENCY NOTE #2596 LOGANSPORT, IN 1335/E445895
    $500 1934 FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE B00055107A
    $5 1950A FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE G94474191B

    Anyone with information contact:
    Doug Davis
    817-723-7231
    [email protected]
    INVESTIGATING AGENCY: USPS REPORT NUMBER: MRC-24-1831-1235 TYPE OF INCIDENT: Postal Theft DATE OCCURRED: 5/23/24 INCIDENT LOCATION: Transit A USPS priority mail package shipped from CA to TX was received with contents missing. The package was last scanned in Houston, TX. Stolen Contents: $5 1934A HAWAII FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE L54904990A $1 1935A HAWAII SILVER CERTIFICATE S40425661C $10 1934A HAWAII FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE L43448928B $20 1934A HAWAII SILVER CERTIFICATE L88774911A $500 1934 FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE G00143512A $1,000 1934A FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE G00265363A $10 1875 NATIONAL CURRENCY NOTE #2596 LOGANSPORT, IN 1335/E445895 $500 1934 FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE B00055107A $5 1950A FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE G94474191B Anyone with information contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 [email protected]
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  • INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Salem PD
    REPORT NUMBER: Not Available
    TYPE OF INCIDENT: BURGLARY/Vehicle
    DATE OCCURRED: 6/1/24
    INCIDENT LOCATION: Salem, VA

    A dealer attending the Salem-Roanoke coin show in Salem, VA was the victim of a vehicle burglary after leaving the show for the evening on 6/1/24 and stopped at a restaurant to eat. The victim went inside the restaurant and when he returned to his vehicle unknown suspects had broken out the rear window and removed his inventory. The victim had taken his coins out of the show cases to take back to the hotel instead of leaving them at the show. No suspect or vehicle information is available at this time.

    Partial Listing of Stolen Coins:

    5- boxes of large cents in various grades (raw)
    Group of New Jersey Obsoletes
    CSA $500 1864 (T-64) PMG 63 Ch Unc s/n20308 ppB
    Virginial Colonial FR VA-125 s/n2920
    Continental Currency FR CC88 s/n68843
    Raw and slabbed coins various dates and grades

    Anyone with information contact:
    Doug Davis
    817-723-7231
    [email protected]

    INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Salem PD REPORT NUMBER: Not Available TYPE OF INCIDENT: BURGLARY/Vehicle DATE OCCURRED: 6/1/24 INCIDENT LOCATION: Salem, VA A dealer attending the Salem-Roanoke coin show in Salem, VA was the victim of a vehicle burglary after leaving the show for the evening on 6/1/24 and stopped at a restaurant to eat. The victim went inside the restaurant and when he returned to his vehicle unknown suspects had broken out the rear window and removed his inventory. The victim had taken his coins out of the show cases to take back to the hotel instead of leaving them at the show. No suspect or vehicle information is available at this time. Partial Listing of Stolen Coins: 5- boxes of large cents in various grades (raw) Group of New Jersey Obsoletes CSA $500 1864 (T-64) PMG 63 Ch Unc s/n20308 ppB Virginial Colonial FR VA-125 s/n2920 Continental Currency FR CC88 s/n68843 Raw and slabbed coins various dates and grades Anyone with information contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 [email protected]
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  • INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Crete PD
    REPORT NUMBER: N/A
    TYPE OF INCIDENT: Strong Armed Robbery
    DATE OCCURRED: 5/25/24
    INCIDENT LOCATION: Crete, IL

    On May 25, 2024, a dealer, traveling home from a show in Crown Point, Indiana was the victim of a brazen theft that occurred in Crete, Il. The victim stopped to eat and while in the restaurant, two suspect vehicles pulled up on both sides of the victims vehicle. The suspects then broke the victim’s van window and grabbed totes with the victims inventory. The incident was captured by the restaurant parking lot video and took less than one minute. The suspect vehicles were described as a blue Odyssey and a blue Dodge Caravan.

    Partial Listing of Stolen Inventory: (Dealer working on detailed list)

    Double row boxes containing raw Bust half dollars, Twenty Cent pieces, Seated halves, Silver dollars, Barber halves

    Examples of coins housed in 2x2's and suspects below.

    Anyone with information contact:
    Doug Davis
    817-723-7231
    [email protected]
    INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Crete PD REPORT NUMBER: N/A TYPE OF INCIDENT: Strong Armed Robbery DATE OCCURRED: 5/25/24 INCIDENT LOCATION: Crete, IL On May 25, 2024, a dealer, traveling home from a show in Crown Point, Indiana was the victim of a brazen theft that occurred in Crete, Il. The victim stopped to eat and while in the restaurant, two suspect vehicles pulled up on both sides of the victims vehicle. The suspects then broke the victim’s van window and grabbed totes with the victims inventory. The incident was captured by the restaurant parking lot video and took less than one minute. The suspect vehicles were described as a blue Odyssey and a blue Dodge Caravan. Partial Listing of Stolen Inventory: (Dealer working on detailed list) Double row boxes containing raw Bust half dollars, Twenty Cent pieces, Seated halves, Silver dollars, Barber halves Examples of coins housed in 2x2's and suspects below. Anyone with information contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 [email protected]
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  • INVESTIGATING AGENCY: USPS
    REPORT NUMBER: N/A
    TYPE OF INCIDENT: Lost/Stolen
    DATE OCCURRED: 5/27/24
    INCIDENT LOCATION: Transit

    5/8/24

    A package being shipped via USPS has been reported lost/stolen. The last reported handling of package was at the Sharonville, OH Post Office. The package contained a 1921 S Walking Liberty half dollar PCGS F15 PCGS 48289737.

    5/13/24

    A USPS Express package has been reported lost/stolen. The package was shipped from Southern, CA and last scanned location was in Lilburn, GA. The package contained the following note.

    1878 $2 Legal Tender FR48 Allison/Gilfillan SN A1965758 graded PMG 62 (5014724-004 PMG)

    5/13/24

    A victim reported that according to tracking information her USPS package arrived in Sacramento, CA and processed, but never sent out for delivery. USPS employees have been unable to locate the package. The package contained the following.

    1893S Morgan Dollar PCGS G06 81451800 (PCGS Secure Gold Emblem)

    5/30/24

    A victim has reported that a package sent USPS priority from CA to his residence in TN arrived with the contents missing. The package had been clearly cut open and re-taped. The package contained the following.
    1820/19 square base 2capped bust half dollar Cert#49223213

    Anyone with information contact:
    Doug Davis
    817-723-7231
    [email protected]
    INVESTIGATING AGENCY: USPS REPORT NUMBER: N/A TYPE OF INCIDENT: Lost/Stolen DATE OCCURRED: 5/27/24 INCIDENT LOCATION: Transit 5/8/24 A package being shipped via USPS has been reported lost/stolen. The last reported handling of package was at the Sharonville, OH Post Office. The package contained a 1921 S Walking Liberty half dollar PCGS F15 PCGS 48289737. 5/13/24 A USPS Express package has been reported lost/stolen. The package was shipped from Southern, CA and last scanned location was in Lilburn, GA. The package contained the following note. 1878 $2 Legal Tender FR48 Allison/Gilfillan SN A1965758 graded PMG 62 (5014724-004 PMG) 5/13/24 A victim reported that according to tracking information her USPS package arrived in Sacramento, CA and processed, but never sent out for delivery. USPS employees have been unable to locate the package. The package contained the following. 1893S Morgan Dollar PCGS G06 81451800 (PCGS Secure Gold Emblem) 5/30/24 A victim has reported that a package sent USPS priority from CA to his residence in TN arrived with the contents missing. The package had been clearly cut open and re-taped. The package contained the following. 1820/19 square base 2capped bust half dollar Cert#49223213 Anyone with information contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 [email protected]
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  • INVESTIGATING AGENCY: NCIC
    REPORT NUMBER: N/A
    TYPE OF INCIDENT: Possible Gold Scam
    INCIDENT LOCATION: Virginia
    
    "Alert Shop Owners"

    The male subject pictured below entered a coin shop that services the areas of Poquoson, Hampton, Newport News, Yorktown and Williamsburg, Virginia. The subject selected a large amount of gold and silver coins in the amount of $9500. During the transaction, the subject kept his head down, continuously touching and arranging the coins and requested a box for the coins since it was a gift for his father.

    When asked by the shop owner to see the cash for purchase the subject pulled out approximately $800.00 and said that he would have to return. The shop owner advised he had several cameras in operation and the subject attempted to keep from having a full facial recorded. The subject left and it is unknown if he was alone or what type of vehicle he was driving.
    The owner described the subject as Spanish or of South American descent. The M.O. is similarly used by Romanian gang members tracked by NCIC.

    Anyone with information contact:
    Doug Davis
    817-723-7231
    [email protected]
    INVESTIGATING AGENCY: NCIC REPORT NUMBER: N/A TYPE OF INCIDENT: Possible Gold Scam INCIDENT LOCATION: Virginia  "Alert Shop Owners" The male subject pictured below entered a coin shop that services the areas of Poquoson, Hampton, Newport News, Yorktown and Williamsburg, Virginia. The subject selected a large amount of gold and silver coins in the amount of $9500. During the transaction, the subject kept his head down, continuously touching and arranging the coins and requested a box for the coins since it was a gift for his father. When asked by the shop owner to see the cash for purchase the subject pulled out approximately $800.00 and said that he would have to return. The shop owner advised he had several cameras in operation and the subject attempted to keep from having a full facial recorded. The subject left and it is unknown if he was alone or what type of vehicle he was driving. The owner described the subject as Spanish or of South American descent. The M.O. is similarly used by Romanian gang members tracked by NCIC. Anyone with information contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 [email protected]
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  • INVESTIGATING AGENCY: USPS
    REPORT NUMBER: N/A
    TYPE OF INCIDENT: BAD CHECK
    DATE OCCURRED: 4/4/24
    INCIDENT LOCATION: SPOKANE, WA
    
    A suspect used a bad cashier’s check to purchase $50,000 in bullion from a
    dealer in the state of Washington. Ten days after the transaction the bank notified
    the victim and advised the check was bad.
    The cashier’s check was drawn on Banner Bank located in Spokane, WA. Bank
    representatives advised they were unable to locate an account.
    Suspect Information:
    Jacob Kantor
    W/M
    Address: Spokane, Washington
    The suspect used a state of Washington driver’s license. The check and driver’s
    license were fake. The suspect had an accomplice described as an Asian female
    and pictured below.

    Anyone with information contact:
    Doug Davis
    817-723-7231
    [email protected]
    INVESTIGATING AGENCY: USPS REPORT NUMBER: N/A TYPE OF INCIDENT: BAD CHECK DATE OCCURRED: 4/4/24 INCIDENT LOCATION: SPOKANE, WA  A suspect used a bad cashier’s check to purchase $50,000 in bullion from a dealer in the state of Washington. Ten days after the transaction the bank notified the victim and advised the check was bad. The cashier’s check was drawn on Banner Bank located in Spokane, WA. Bank representatives advised they were unable to locate an account. Suspect Information: Jacob Kantor W/M Address: Spokane, Washington The suspect used a state of Washington driver’s license. The check and driver’s license were fake. The suspect had an accomplice described as an Asian female and pictured below. Anyone with information contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 [email protected]
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  • INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Folsom PD
    REPORT NUMBER: 24-1582
    TYPE OF INCIDENT: BURGLARY
    DATE OCCURRED: 4/25/24
    INCIDENT LOCATION: FOLSOM, CA

    The Folsom, CA police department is investigating a residential burglary. The
    suspect/suspects gained entry into the residence and removed a safe containing
    the note listed below.
    $1000 bill
    1934A
    Serial number: J00057556A

    Anyone with Information contact:
    Doug Davis
    817-723-7231
    [email protected]
    INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Folsom PD REPORT NUMBER: 24-1582 TYPE OF INCIDENT: BURGLARY DATE OCCURRED: 4/25/24 INCIDENT LOCATION: FOLSOM, CA The Folsom, CA police department is investigating a residential burglary. The suspect/suspects gained entry into the residence and removed a safe containing the note listed below. $1000 bill 1934A Serial number: J00057556A Anyone with Information contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 [email protected]
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  • INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Tioga Sheriff's Dept.
    REPORT NUMBER: 24T-04379
    TYPE OF INCIDENT: Vehicle Burglary
    DATE OCCURRED: 5/4/24
    INCIDENT LOCATION: Tioga County, NY

    The Tioga County, NY investigators are investigating a vehicle burglary that occurred on May 4, 2024. The victim, a dealer, who was traveling home from the Hershey Coin Club Show stopped to change a tire. While changing the tire, the suspects removed coins from the victim’s vehicle. Investigators are currently reviewing video footage from several locations. Preliminary investigation reveals that the suspects used several vehicles during the offense which occurred 150 miles from the show. Click on link below to review stolen coins.

    Stolen Coins:
    https://pqda9fdab.cc.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001IdBGbEX1DUFSvjtwpnJ6IyhJ-PJf3HTUSLMLTBK-dTlClI-LzHCNRkoJ_1VzXtpa1Rb3tdfJ_HCk-Y_mIfPe8RTZOQ5bgErh_F6SRoiIHTmkh1BBTniWUU_SiPSf1AQYc14KP0q5XYGttLFvhs9wTYUiDvMiTetjuAeXnUYmY17hii-iyUFX7JM6f_J9axUw_HlQd9sunxFD4Fg3EItq3gy03Ot7M-D152pc45DeycQ=&c=iSEHH_Qr4ad91Bin8FaiPjj7IFereiSbEeDyX6spVcTMKFlcU4up1A==&ch=qf41kGHXtiWNhrNq-uKGkMk9GOTR5e2FeychL73Mbpj5jfOxMXJKdg==

    NCIC will be sending out an updated alert on additional details, potential suspect, and vehicle information once additional information is provided by law enforcement officials.


    Anyone with Information contact:
    Doug Davis
    817-723-7231
    [email protected]
    INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Tioga Sheriff's Dept. REPORT NUMBER: 24T-04379 TYPE OF INCIDENT: Vehicle Burglary DATE OCCURRED: 5/4/24 INCIDENT LOCATION: Tioga County, NY The Tioga County, NY investigators are investigating a vehicle burglary that occurred on May 4, 2024. The victim, a dealer, who was traveling home from the Hershey Coin Club Show stopped to change a tire. While changing the tire, the suspects removed coins from the victim’s vehicle. Investigators are currently reviewing video footage from several locations. Preliminary investigation reveals that the suspects used several vehicles during the offense which occurred 150 miles from the show. Click on link below to review stolen coins. Stolen Coins: https://pqda9fdab.cc.rs6.net/tn.jsp?f=001IdBGbEX1DUFSvjtwpnJ6IyhJ-PJf3HTUSLMLTBK-dTlClI-LzHCNRkoJ_1VzXtpa1Rb3tdfJ_HCk-Y_mIfPe8RTZOQ5bgErh_F6SRoiIHTmkh1BBTniWUU_SiPSf1AQYc14KP0q5XYGttLFvhs9wTYUiDvMiTetjuAeXnUYmY17hii-iyUFX7JM6f_J9axUw_HlQd9sunxFD4Fg3EItq3gy03Ot7M-D152pc45DeycQ=&c=iSEHH_Qr4ad91Bin8FaiPjj7IFereiSbEeDyX6spVcTMKFlcU4up1A==&ch=qf41kGHXtiWNhrNq-uKGkMk9GOTR5e2FeychL73Mbpj5jfOxMXJKdg== NCIC will be sending out an updated alert on additional details, potential suspect, and vehicle information once additional information is provided by law enforcement officials. Anyone with Information contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 [email protected]
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  • INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Des Plaine PD
    REPORT NUMBER: N/A
    TYPE OF INCIDENT: Vehicle Burglary
    DATE OCCURRED: 5/4/24
    INCIDENT LOCATION: Des Plaine, IL

    Major Currency Loss:

    The owner of Emporium Coin & Currency traveling home from the Central States Numismatic Society coin show was the victim of a vehicle burglary in Des Plaines, IL. The victim stopped at a restaurant and while inside suspects broke out the window to his vehicle and removed several bags containing a large inventory of currency.

    Stolen currency included a wide selection of Nationals, Obsoletes, Large & Small Type notes, Colonials, Fractionals, Errors, and Canadian notes.

    The victim is currently working on a detailed list. However, any dealer who is offered a large quantity of notes should contact NCIC to determine if any of the notes are stolen.

    NCIC will send out an update with further information once it is available from investigators.

    Anyone with Information contact:
    Doug Davis
    817-723-7231
    [email protected]
    INVESTIGATING AGENCY: Des Plaine PD REPORT NUMBER: N/A TYPE OF INCIDENT: Vehicle Burglary DATE OCCURRED: 5/4/24 INCIDENT LOCATION: Des Plaine, IL Major Currency Loss: The owner of Emporium Coin & Currency traveling home from the Central States Numismatic Society coin show was the victim of a vehicle burglary in Des Plaines, IL. The victim stopped at a restaurant and while inside suspects broke out the window to his vehicle and removed several bags containing a large inventory of currency. Stolen currency included a wide selection of Nationals, Obsoletes, Large & Small Type notes, Colonials, Fractionals, Errors, and Canadian notes. The victim is currently working on a detailed list. However, any dealer who is offered a large quantity of notes should contact NCIC to determine if any of the notes are stolen. NCIC will send out an update with further information once it is available from investigators. Anyone with Information contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 [email protected]
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