NCIC Report Bulletin

Texas Coin Shop Burglarized

Benbrook, Texas police department is investigating the burglary of Ron Swinney Rare Coins.The offense occurred sometime between the evening of May 18th and early morning of May 19th, 2008. Unknown suspect or suspects entered the business through the roof and cut into the vault. Approximately $200,000 in coins, bullion, and jewelry was taken.The loss included slabbed gold and numerous Carson City silver dollars. Any one having any information should contact Det. Ross at 817-249-2752 , Ron Swinney at 817-244-9100 or NCIC.

Central Maine National Bank notes and obsoletes taken in burglary

Pittston, Maine - Nov 26, 2007

A Pittston, Maine collector’s house was burglarized and a large paper money collection was taken along with a partial set of morgan dollars and a high grade type set. The suspects entered the residence and removed a safe containing the valuables. One suspect has been identified.

Anyone being offered a large number of Central Maine National Bank notes and obsoletes should contact Cpl. Mike Durham with the Kennebec County Sheriff’s Department at 207-623-3614 or NCIC at 817-705-4450.

Texas dealer victim of vehicle burglary

Defuniak, FL – October 22, 2007

A Texas dealer returning home from the Lakeland, Florida coin show was the victim of a vehicle burglary. The suspect or suspects entered the dealers vehicle while parked in the parking lot of a local hotel and took approximately $40-50,000 in coins, rare stocks and bonds. There was no forced entry to the vehicle and it is believed the suspects bypassed the alarm system.

Included in the loss was a short set of walking liberty half dollars graded MS 64, 65 & 66 by PCGS, and NGC, proof walkers dated 1937,38, 39, 40, 41 in PCGS and NGC slabs and a 2002 B.E.P. 11/2 ounce 1933 Commem gold in plastic case with pictures of FDR and Teddy Roosevelt.

Persons with any information concerning this offense should contact Jeff Nolen at 214 384-9111 or Deputy Russell McMillan at the Walton County Sheriff’s Dept. 850-892-8186.