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UPS Theft

Detectives with the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office Largo, Florida are investigating the following case.

In Clearwater Florida, on April 24, 2018 at 1154 hours, a victim reported that her (2) UPS packages containing (70) American Eagle Gold Coins, valued at $99,050, were never delivered.

UPS showed that they delivered the (2) packages the same date.

However, the driver was intentionally stopped at the entrance to the victim's mobile home park. The suspect told the UPS driver that "he had 2 packages for him to be delivered to a particular lot #".

The UPS driver verified the victim's correct address on the suspected fake driver's license which was provided by the suspect.

The suspect signed for the packages and left.

The suspect is a black male, in his 30's, tall and slender, calm demeanor,LSW- dark blue or black scrubs, gold necklace, white socks with black sandals. Possible tattoo on his arm and on right hand. There was a 2nd suspect, unk description, who remained inside of the vehicle.

Suspect vehicle - 2003-2005 Blue Dodge Neon, 4-door, unk tag. (The UPS driver remembers seeing the vehicle as he pulled in therefore the suspect appeared to be waiting for him).

Contact: Detective Jennifer Zinge (727) 580-3775

Case # SO18-122174

Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, Largo, Florida

or

Doug Davis

817-723-7231

Doug@numismaticcrimes.org

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