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Stolen Gold and Silver Collection

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Published:2017-03-01 Police
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Stolen Gold and Silver Collection

Members of the Marysville Police Department NITE Team, the department’s pro-act unit, recovered hundreds of stolen gold and silver bars, ingots and coins valued at an estimated $115,000, during the service of two search warrants yesterday evening and this afternoon.

The officers received reliable information that allowed them to obtain a search warrant for a residence located in the City of Everett. With assistance from the Everett Police Department pro-act team, officers recovered the large collection of gold and silver that included gold and silver bars and ingots, and a large variety of gold and silver coins, including gold German Krugerrands, with an estimated value of $110,000.

Officers also seized from the house multiple ounces of both heroin and methamphetamine along with a vehicle that was located at the residence.

This afternoon, officers served the second search warrant on the vehicle and recovered another estimated $5,000 in additional stolen gold and silver coins.

The large collection was stolen several weeks ago during a burglary of a residence located in Jefferson County.

While no arrests have been made at this time, it is anticipated arrests will be made in the future based on the on-going investigation.




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