NCIC Report Bulletin

Pennsylvania Dealer's Inventory Stolen

The Pennsylvania State Police are investigating a vehicle burglary of a dealer who had attended a coin show in Hagerstown,Pennsylvania on March 11, 2012. The dealer had stopped on his way home when the suspects smashed the rear window of his vehicle and removed several cases.

A partial listing of coins and paper money include; Small collection of Civil war tokens,Civil War dog tag with the name Nord 107th Volunteer Harrisburg, PA,30-40 U.S gold coins raw,1863 Proof quarter NGC MS 65,Uncut sheet of three notes $1 denomination 1863 Clearfield, PA,Uncut sheet of 4 notes three 5’s one $10 1863 Clearfield, PA

Anyone having information on this offense should contact:

Trooper Long 717-249- 2121 DaviLong@PA.gov or Doug Davis 817-723-7231 Doug@numismaticcrimes.org

Double Murder Gold Coins Stolen

The Numismatic Crime Information Center is assisting the Ascension Parish Sheriff’s Department located in Louisiana with a robbery that resulted in the death of two males and critically injuring a female. All three victims had their throats slit. The two male subjects died and the female is clininging to life in a local hospital.

The motive in the robbery was a gold coin collection valued at $500,000. The owner of the collection identified as Robert Marchand was a collector and well known businessman in Gonzales, Louisiana.

The brutal slayings probably occurred between 12am and 10am Saturday, February 18,2012. No list is available at this time but will be sent out immediately once I receive it from investigators.

Dealers should be on the look out for any person or persons bringing in a large amount of gold coins to sale or any unusual or suspicious phone calls related to gold coins. Preliminary information is that these coins were mostly numismatic coins not bullion.

Louisiana Dealers are encouraged to contact other dealers to alert them of this offense in case they do not receive our bulletins.

Anyone with any information on this offense should contact:

Doug Davis 817-723-7231 doug@numismaticcrimes.org

Stolen Coins Putnam County, Georgia

The Putnam County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a burglary which resulted in the loss of several rare coins.

The following coins were taken during the offense:

1863 $20 Liberty NGC AU55 1853/2 $20 Liberty NGC MS60 1853/2 $20 Liberty PCGS MS61

All of these coins are quite rare in any condition.

If anyone has any information on this offense please contact: Det. Abernathy 706-485-4084 or Doug Davis 817-723-7231 doug@numismaticcrimes.org or Adam Crum Monaco Coins

Arrest in UPS Thefts

The Los Angeles Police Department has asked that anyone who has had a UPS package missing in the Santa Monica area during the past three years contact the following Detective:

Det. Marc Zavala LAPD Commercial Crimes Division 213-268-0819 23740@LAPD.LACITY.org

Doug Davis Founder/President Numismatic Crime Information Center

Fugitive Wanted in $100,000 Louisiana Coin Dealer Burglary

In our recent January 2012 newsletter we reported a coin dealer burglary which occurred in Monroe, Louisiana. A suspect has been identified and he is on the run. Dealers should be on the look out for the following subject.

ACTIVE WARRANTS HAVE BEEN ISSUED FOR

Christopher Glenn Hearne White Male Date of Birth 1/21/1984 Alias: Chris Taylor, Chris Tipton

A majority of the stolen coins have been recovered. However the suspect may attempt to sell other coins and jewelry while in flight. A photograph of the suspect will be sent out when available from investigating officers. The suspect is known to have relatives in FL, TX, ARK, and Louisiana.

Any one having any information contact:

Det. Trent 318-329-2521 or Doug Davis 817-723-7231 doug@numismaticcrimes.org

Burglary Monroe Louisiana

Monroe, Louisiana

Monroe Louisiana Detectives are investigating a residential burglary which netted the suspects approximately $75,000 in U.S., foreign, gold and silver.

Partial listing of stolen coins:

Rolls 1883-o,1884-o,1899-o,1900-o Morgans GEM, GEM BU 66+ Saudi Arabia KM 34 & 35 1 & 4 pound (oil/Aramco payment) gold, KM775 Turkey AH1327 Yr9 50 Kurush (10,000 minted); KM324 100 Piastres Egypt 1916 (10,000 minted); Turkey AH 1327 KM775 Yr9 50 Kurush (2,000 minted). Also taken was approx. 110 dwt in 14kt gold ready for melt.

If anyone has any information contact.

Det. Jeremy Kent

318-329-2521

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Doug Davis 871-723-7231 Doug@numismaticcrimes.org

Bedford Gold & Silver Burglary

The Numismatic Crime Information Center is assisting the Bedford ,Texas police department in investigating a burglary which occurred at Bedford Gold and Silver.Several hundred thousand dollars in gold bullion, silver, coins and jewelry was taken. The suspects entered the business from the roof on 12/25/2011 and breached several safes. The suspects spent several hours inside the business and used power tools to peel the safes. Two suspects entered the building in the beginning and then at some point a third suspect entered. The third suspect was most likely a lookout. The suspects took 22 Tag Hauer, 22 Cartier and 12 Omega watches. Many of the watches were 14 or 18 karat gold. Some serial numbers are available. A large amount of gold and silver bullion coins and bars was taken. This is only a partial listing. The suspects may be associated with a group that has been working the Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kansas area. Operators of coin shops, gold and silver exchanges and jewelry stores are potential targets of this group.

Dealers should be suspicious of individuals bringing in large amounts of bullion, expensive watches or melted down gold. If you become suspicious call 911.

Anyone having information on this offense or any other offense that fits the same MO please contact: Det. P.Ripley 817-952-2416 or Det. T. Brown 817-952-2419 or Investigator Shelley 817-952-2433 or Doug Davis 817-723-7231 Doug@numismaticcrimes.org

Missing 1870-CC $20

An 1870-CC $20 NGC AU58 (Cert ID 341402-001) is missing from a shipment from California to Dallas, Texas between Oct.14th and Oct.17th.

If anyone has any information contact:

Paul Minshull Heritage 214-409-1266 Paul@ha.com

or

Doug Davis 817-723-7231 Doug@numismaticcrimes.org

Home Invasion Robbery $1000 and $500 Notes Taken

Detectives with the New York Police Department are working a home invasion robbery which occurred on October 3, 2011 in Manhattan. A 60 year old victim was injured during the offense and a large amount of jewelry and currency was stolen. Currency taken in the robbery included ten $1000 notes and ten $500 notes. One or more notes were graded and housed in PCGS holders. Additional information on the stolen notes will be provided as soon as it is available.

Any dealer or collector having any information on this offense should contact:

Det. Mok Manhattan Robbery Detail 212-614-6755 or Doug Davis at 817-723-7231

Doug@numismaticcrimes.org

Fort Meyers ,Florida Area Burglary

The Lee County Sheriff’s department is asking assistance in a recent burglary where a large coin collection was taken from a victim who had been taken to Hope Hospice.

The following list of coins were taken: 1937 Antietam NGC/CAC MS 65 1868665-002 Commems: Huegonot MS61, 1920 Pilgrim, 1938d Oregon PCGS MS66, Maryland MS64, Elgin PCGS MS65, Grant MS63, Sesqui MS 62, Cleveland PCGS MS64, California MS62, Monroe 63, 1892 Colombian MS60, Gettysburg PCGS MS64, 1935 Boone MS64, Baybridge PCGS MS64, 1935s Texas MS63 Morgans: 78-CC MS64, 79-CC XF45, 80-CC MS63, 81-CC GSA MS63, 82-CC GSA MS63, 83-CC GSA MS63, 84-CC GSA MS63, 85-CC MS 62, 90-CC AU58, 89-CC XF40, 91-CC MS62, 92-CC XF20, 93-CC AU53 Misc: 1927 Saint Gaudens, 1875-s $20 Liberty, 1909 $5 Indian, 1925-d 2 1/2 AU58, 5 1/2 ounce krugerrands, 1/2 ounce 2011 Panda MS69, 1861 Half Dime AU Details, 1858 .25 Au58, 1855 arrows PCGS Genuine, 1891 .10 PCGS MS61, 1932 .25 AU53, 1866 .05 rays AU58, 1833 .05 ICG AU58. Certification numbers are not available at this time.

A possible person of interest has been identified but additional information cannot be released at this time.

If anyone has information on this offense or comes into contact with anyone attempting to sell any of these coins contact:

Lt. David Piasecki Lee County Sheriff’s Office 239-229-7579 or

Doug Davis at 817-723-7231 Doug@numismaticcrimes.org