By Doug Davis – Founder & President, Numismatic Crime Information Center (NCIC) ……
Stolen from Dealer’s Table
The coin pictured below was stolen from a dealers table at the Denver Coin Show. The suspect was a white male who identified himself as Steve Dupont and gave an Englewood, Colorado address.
1853 $20 USAOG 900-Thousandths PCGS MS64
Coins Stolen While in Transit (USPS)
A package being shipped from Boynton Beach, Florida to Sacramento, California arrived with the package being tampered with and contents missing. A report has been filed.
- 1807 $5 Gold Half Eagle – PCGS XF Details – Repaired; PCGS Cert: 40218976
- Ancient Alexander the Great Tetradrachm – NGC VF; NGC Cert: 5873916-013
- Ancient Roman Hadrian AE As Coin – NGC XF; NGC Cert: 5873916-008
Suspect in Coin Show Package Theft
On October 11, 2020, a theft occurred at the Iowa Numismatic Association Coin Show in Urbandale, Iowa.
- Morgan Silver Dollars: unc. 78-S, 79-S, 80, 80-S, 81, 81-S, 83, 83-O and $300 cash (Des Moines Coin Club Raffle)
- Numerous solid date rolls of Lincolns in early ’20s
- Large bag of full-date Buffalos
- Large bag of common Indian cents
The suspect is pictured below:
Anyone with information contact Detective Curt Vaigrt at (515) 331-6817.
Currency Stolen from Express Mail
An express mail package being sent from Maine to Florida was tampered with and contents removed.
- PA-166 13835
- FR 1955-L 1934 $5 L08025057A
- FR 1606 1934 $1 B44726337A
- FR 851A 1914 $5 B46434995A
- FR 850 1914 $5 B9273761B
- FR847B 1914 $5 A86806593A
- FR 869 1914 $5 G31367769A
- FR 932 1914 $10 H6271696A
- FR 928 1914 $10 G9257425A
- FR 994 1914 $20 H8030683A
- FR 590 1902 $10 CH 2850 4614838
- FR 619 1902 $10 CH 4549 U709449E
- FR 48 1878 $2 A1316527
- 1929 $5 CH 12665 A007142A
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