‘Large amount’ of silver coins stolen

Detectives with the Oregon State Police (OSP) are continuing their search for two people in an ongoing investigation into the theft of a “large amount” of silver coins, including some coins produced by the Royal Canadian Mint.

Police say the silver was stolen from a residence in Grants Pass, Ore., on or around Aug. 13. The stolen coins include a number of 2015 Silver Maple Leafs as well as several half-ounce U.S. silver eagles; silver U.S. mercury dimes; and silver U.S. Kennedy half dollars.

OSP Detective Annie Harris identified two suspects: James David Lee Hergett, 26; and Todd Murray Beveridge 56.

Anyone who sees the coins or the two individuals should contact the OSP.

Leave a Reply

Keep up to date with the numismatic community

Sign up to receive our newsletter.

Canadian Coin News

Canada

Canadian Coin News is Canada's premier source of information about coins, notes and medals.

Although we cover the entire world of numismatics, the majority of our readers are Canadian, and we concentrate on the unique circumstances surrounding collecting in our native land.

Send Us Your Event

Running an event? Send it to us and we will display it on Canadian Coin News!

Submit Event →

Subscribe To 26 Issues For Just $47.99/year

Subscribe today to receive Canada's premier coin publication. Canadian Coin News is available in both paper and digital forms.

Subscribe Now

We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Canada Periodical Fund of the Department of Canadian Heritage.