NCIC Report Bulletin

Coins Reported Stolen at Baltimore Show

A double row box of coins was stolen from Brian Cushing dba Dick Osborn Rare Coins during the recent Whitman Baltimore Coin Show. Below is a partial listing of coins taken in the offense.

1836 Reeded Edge Half dollar XF45+,1796 Draped Bust Dollar VF35 B-4,1831 Capped Bust Quarter G4 B-7,Liberty Seated Quarter XF45 Closed 3, Briggs 3-B,1853 Liberty Seated Quarter VF35 No Arrows,1803 Draped Bust Half dollar AU53 O-103,1871-CC Liberty Seated dollar F15+,1875 Twenty Cent piece Proof 63+,1856 S/S Liberty Seated Quarter VF30 Briggs 4-E,1812/1 Capped Bust Half dollar VF35 O-101,1878-CC Liberty Seated Half dollar AU50 WB-101,1815/2 Capped Bust Half dollar AU53 details O-101,1801 Draped Bust Half dime XF-40 LM-2,1795 Draped Bust dollar XF45 B-15,1873-CC Liberty Seated Quarter F15 Briggs 1-A.

A reward of $5000 is being offered for the recovery and arrest of the person or persons responsible for the theft. Anyone with information should contact: Det. Wayne Sponsky 410-396-2582 or Doug Davis 817-723-7231 Doug@numismaticcrims.org

Major Currency Theft

A currency dealer on his way home after attending the recent White Plains New York Coin Show was the victim of a vehicle burglary which resulted in the loss of over $500,000 in collectible currency. The suspects smashed the windows of the vehicle and removed briefcases containing the dealer’s inventory.

The following is a partial list of stolen currency: $15,000. Face in $1.00 Federal Reserve Notes from 1963 to 2009, 400 $2 FRNs from 1976 to 2009 Stars & Blocks, $10,000. Face in $5 Feds from Series 1928-C to 2006, $12,000. Face in $10 Feds from Series 1928-A to 2004-A, $15,000. Face in $20 Feds from Series 1928 to 2013, $18,000 Face in $50 Feds from 1928 to 2006, $2,500 Face in $100 Feds from 1928 to 2009, 83 pieces of $2 Legal tender from 1928 to 1928-G in varying grades from F to Gem, 70+/- pieces of $2 Legal Tender from 1953 to 1963-A, 25 FRBNs all Grades and Districts & Denominations, 20 Hawaii all Denominations, 15 No. Africa All Denominations, 400 to 500- $1.00 Silver Certificates (95% UNC), 150- $5.00 Silver Certificates (80% UNC), 20- $10 Silver Certificates, Thousands of fancy Numbers- all denominations

A list is being compiled by the victim which will contain serial numbers on the majority of missing notes.

Anyone with information should contact:

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

The Numismatic Crime Information Center is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation. P.O. Box 14080 Arlington, Texas 76094.

Burglary Eagan, Minnesota

Detectives with the Eagan, Minnesota Police Department are investigating a burglary which resulted in the theft of over $100,000 in coins. The suspects gained entry into the business and forced open a safe which contained a large amount of graded coins, gold and silver.

Below is a partial list of stolen property;

21 BU rolls of Morgan Dollars, 3- AU 10 10oz Pamp Suisse Gold bars, 1882cc PCGS65 517088, 1884cc PCGS65 369516, 1924, 1923 $20 gold PCGS MS64, 1923D Saint PCGS MS65 90074910, 1911D Saint PCGS MS65, 1920S Saint PCGS MS65, 1913D Saint PCGS MS65, 1889cc Morgan PCGS VF 07190/21765819 1881cc, 82cc,83cc,80cc,85cc PCGS MS65 1882cc PCGS MS66 Large number of PCGS&NGC Morgan dollars MS65 Large number of PCGS&NGC Walking Liberty half dollars MS66 &MS67

Anyone with information should contact:

Det. Paul Maier 651-675-5830 pmaier@cityofeagan.com or Doug Davis 817-723-7231 doug@numismaticcrimes.org

Coins Stolen at Baltimore Coin Show Reward Offered

The following coins were stolen from the wholesale boxes of Bozarth Numismatics at the recent Whitman Baltimore Coin Show. The coins are all PCGS or NGC graded and images are available for all coins. A reward of $1500 is offered for any information on the theft of these coins.

1859 Indian Cent MS64 NGC 380292-004, 1877 Indian Cent VF25BN PCGS 28104106, 1893 Indian Cent MS64BN PCGS 27433417, 1916-D Mercury Dime AG3 PCGS 27852127, 1881 Seated Quarter PR64 PCGS 14491626, 1799 Bust Dollar VF25 NGC 1773636-003, 1891 Morgan Dollar MS65 PCGS 25399542, 1909-S $5 Indian AU58 PCGS 28158463,

Anyone with information should contact: Vic or Sherri Bozarth/Bozarth Numismatics. Office 979-421-9814 or Doug Davis 817-723-7231 Doug@numismaticcrims.org

Robbery/Murder Coin Dealer Albemarle N.C

The Albemarle North Carolina Police Department is investigating the robbery of B&G Coins. The owner identified as Eldridge Roger Gibson 81 was shot during the incident and later died at a local hospital.

Surveillance video shows a person entering the store close to closing and staying for approximately twenty minutes, and then driving off in a truck belonging to the victim. The truck was later found located deep in a park not too far from the coin shop.

Police are looking for the suspect who is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information should contact:

Albemarle Police Dept. 704-984-9500 or Doug Davis 817-723-7231 doug@numismaticcrimes.org

Burglaries Coin/Jewelry Shops Chicago Metropolitan Area

The Numismatic Crime Information Center is assisting the Gurnee, IL Police Department in a major burglary ring investigation. The suspects have been involved in dozens of coin and jewelry store burglaries during the past several years in and around the Chicago Metropolitan area.

Investigators are looking for additional offenses where the suspects gained entry from the roof and broke into safes. The suspects may have committed burglaries within a hour to an hour and a half distance from the Chicago Metropolitan area.

THIS IS AN ON-GOING INVESTIGATION

Anyone with information should contact:

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

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Vehicle Burglary- Dealer Inventory Stolen Woodland, Washington

On Sunday October 6, 2013 Dealers Judy Cash and Jim Lee of Capital Coins in Olympia, Washington were victims of a vehicle burglary after leaving the Portland coin show and stopping in Woodland, Washington.

The suspects jimmied the lock of their van and removed brief cases containing over $50,000 in gold, slabs and raw coins.

A white sedan and pearl grey van are possible suspect vehicles. The sedan was driven by a white female and the van was occupied by a white male.

Anyone with information should contact:

Doug Davis 817-723-7231

Stolen/Lost FedEx Package Containing "Obsolete Notes"

A package being shipped from Tennessee to Oakland California has been either lost or stolen. The package showed to have been received in Oakland but was never delivered to the recipient.

The package contained the following notes:

$5 Bank of W. Florida Appalachicola #145, $5 State of Florida St. John’s Jacksonville #4951, $10 State of Florida Bank of St. John’s #193, $100 State of Florida Tallahassee #1069, $1 Southern Bank of Georgia Bainbridge #1053, $2 Merchants Planters Bank State of Georgia #993, $10 Savannah, Georgia Merchants and Planters Bank #518close, $1 Georgia Bank of Morgan #1280, $2 Georgia Bank of Morgan #25112, $5 Georgia Bank of Morgan #335, $10 Georgia Bank of Morgan #255, $100 Bank of State of Georgia Savannah #730, $20 Mississippi & Alabama Real Estate Banking Co. #2221, $3 Bank of Washington North Carolina #2845, $4 Bank of Washington North Carolina #67, $5 Bank of Washington North Carolina , $20 State of North Carolina Raleigh #2787, $3 Omaha City Western Exchange #717, $5nsn Bank of Nashville TN, $5nsn Bank of America TN, $10nsn Dandridge Bank TN, $10 Lawrenceburg Bank TN, $20 Dobson North Carolina #306,

Any dealer or collector with information should contact:

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

Banknotes and Coins Stolen from Dealers Hotel Room During ANA

Rosemont, IL police are investigating the theft of over $400,000 in banknotes and coins taken from a dealer attending the ANA and staying at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Rosemont. The dealer reported that some person or persons removed a safe containing the banknotes and coins from his hotel room.

Stolen:

Banknotes from Argentina, Uruguay, Spain, China, Brazil and several American bank note proofs. Coins from Argentina, Venezuela, Spain, Poland, Italy and Eritrea.

Rare Argentina: Rio de la Plata 8 Reales 1813J PTS Provincias {Error Prorvincias) See attachment…

Royal order from Cuba which is the order of Finlay a big breast star badge in silver and enamel Order of Egypt a big breast star in silver and enamel

Anyone with information should contact:

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

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