Tens of thousands of dollars worth of global currency stolen from Mississauga Coin & Currency Exchange

The Coin and Currency Exchange in Mississauga, Ont., was burglarized last week.

The theft, which occurred on the evening of Dec. 4, saw tens of thousands of dollars in global currency stolen from the business’ headquarters at 1100 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W.

Among the losses are:

  • about 16,000 Euros, mostly in five- and 10-Euro denominations;
  • several thousand” British pounds, again mostly in five- and 10-pound denominations;
  • several million Angolan kwanzas, including many outmoded notes; and
  • a sealed brick of mint Honduras and Russian small notes.

If anyone has information, including knowing about anyone exchanging these currencies, they’re invited to call the Peel Regional Police’s non-emergency line 1-905-453-3311.

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