NCIC: Recovered- $75,000 Currency-Eastchester, NY

* RECOVERED *

NCIC working with the Eastchester, NY police department has been successful in the recovery of the notes listed below. A New York dealer who saw the crime alert contacted NCIC and advised subjects were in his shop trying to sell some of the notes. NCIC immediately provided Eastchester Detectives with the information and based upon upon their investigation were successful in recovering all of the notes.

The Eastchester, NY police department is investigating the theft of the following
notes.

  • 1900 $10,000 Gold Certificate 1225H PMG55 M162901
  • 1900 $10,000 Gold Certificate 1225H PMG55 M162902
  • 1900 $10,000 Gold Certificate 1225H PMG55 M162903
  • 1918 $500 Federal Reserve Note 1132-B VF B44560A
  • 1918 $2 Federal Reserve Bank Note 757 PCGS65PPQ D2A
  • 1891 $1 Treasury Note 350 PMG65 EPQ B8
  • 1918 $1 Federal Reserve Note 718 PCGS65 D461A
  • 1918 $2 Federal Reserve Note 757 PCGS65PPQ D461A
  • 1863 $10 Legal Tender 95b PMG45
  • 1863 $10 Legal Tender 95b PMG45
  • 1863 $10 Legal Tender 95b PMG45
  • 1863 $10 Legal Tender 95b PMG40
  • 1907 $5 Legal Tender
  • 1907 $5 Legal Tender
  • 1907 $5 Legal Tender
  • 1907 $5 Legal Tender

Anyone with information contact:
Doug Davis
817-723-7231
Doug@numismaticcrimes.org

“Alert”- Coins Located- International Coordination/Cooperation

Date: 2/10/21
Offense: Lost/Stolen Package
Location of offense: Richmond, VA
Investigating Agency: USPS

Details:
COINS LOCATED (Update from Alert Sent Out 8/29/2020

Thanks to a tip the coins were located on an auction site in Canada. NCIC assisted in coordinating the investigation with the victim, Postal Inspectors, Canadian law enforcement and Homeland Security. The investigation is on-going.

Located Coins
  1. 1798 Draped Bust 1c PCGS AU54 S-185, 2nd Hair. Cert #32034600
  2. 1864 Two Cent PCGS MS64 BN LM RPD FS-1304. Cert #4045739
  3. 1853-O Seated 50c PCGS AU50 toned Cert #40451741
  4. 1861-O Seated 50c W-15 Speared Olive, toned PCGS AU55 Cert #40451740
  5. 1880-S Morgan Dollar PCGS MS65 rattler, toned Cert #2099489
  6. 1883-O Morgan Dollar PCGS MS63 rattler, toned Cert# 2115330 value:
  7. 1896 Morgan Dollar PCGS MS63 toned Cert# 1175781
  8. 1923-D $20 Saint Gaudens gold NGC MS66 Light toning Cert# 266928-001

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

Introducing NCIC Forums

Good morning, this is Doug Davis from the Nonprofit, Numismatic Crime Information Center.

Today I would like to introduce you to our new forums section of NCIC. Please take the time to visit our site, check out our forums, and start conversations about the crimes being committed in our industry. Keep up to date on the newest crimes in your area and feel free to post any information you may have pertaining to a particular crime.

Today is the very first day of our new forums, under the Resources drop-down menu on the main page of the website. The following is a direct link to the forums, http://numismaticcrimes.org/ncic-forums/. When you register you will notice there isn’t much activity, so please be one of the first people to start a post so we can make this a place you regularly visit and have discussions! If you have questions, please post a new topic and we will help!

We are also adding a second section related to security and risk assessment.

We want to hear about and have you share the ways you have been protecting yourself, your coin shop, and traveling to and from shows.

The Numismatic Crime Information Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation whose mission is to serve as a national and international resource for collectors, dealers, and law enforcement in the education, prevention, and investigation of crimes involving coins, paper money, tokens, medals, and related numismatic items.

NCIC disseminates current crime-related issues to the numismatic industry and provides local, state and federal law enforcement agencies with the fundamental investigative techniques, knowledge, and understanding to respond effectively to the complex challenges encountered during a numismatic crime.

Sincerely,

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

“Stolen”-1853 $20 USAOG 900-Thousandths PCGS MS64-Denver Coin Show

Date: 10/1/20
Offense: Theft
Location of offense: Denver, CO
Investigating Agency: Denver Police Dept.

Details:

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, CO address.

Click on image for larger version.

Anyone with information contact:

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

This Crime Alert is intended to advise you of criminal activity that may affect you or your business. If you have questions or suspect information, call the issuing law enforcement agency.

Stolen Currency — Schwertner, Texas

The Abilene, Texas police department is investigating the theft of the following notes listed below:

Stolen Banknotes

  • Schwertner National Bank
  • (10,00 small notes)
  • 10956A001513
  • B000474A
  • B000553A
  • C000184A
  • E000233A
  • B000704A
  • 10956 A 000023 TyII Veryscarce (20.00 small note)
  • 1464 PlainBack (large note)

Anyone with information please contact:

Doug Davis
817-723-7231
Doug@numismaticcrimes.org
Numismatic Crime Information Center

Stolen/Missing $1000 & $500 Notes — USPS

The notes pictured below were shipped from sent via USPS

Anyone with information please contact:

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

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