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Texas Man Wanted for Coin Theft – Dealers Take Note !

Doug Davis from Numismaticcrimes.org sent us the following press release……

Bryson Miguel Cendejas Texas Man Wanted for Coin Theft   Dealers Take Note !A warrant has been issued by the Jefferson County, Texas Sheriff’s Department for Bryson Miguel Cendejas W/M 12/19/1985 on a charge of Felony Theft.

Investigators believe Cendejas stole gold and platinum coins from an elderly female valued between $100,000 and $200,000.

Cendejas, owner of Golden Triangle Associates in Nederland, Texas was contacted by the victim who wanted to sell her collection which consisted of 160 gold and 50 platinum coins. The victim shipped the coins and once received by Cendejas he advised her she had a one million dollar collection.

In the months following she received only $16,000 for the sale of 18 coins. The victim demanded the return of her coins but none were shipped and Cendejas quit all communications.

The suspect lived in Groves, Texas and may have relatives or ties in Oregon.

Anyone having information on the suspect or his where abouts should contact:

Deputy Carroll Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department 409-835-8734 or Doug Davis Founder/President 817-723-7231 Doug@numismaticcrimes.org

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  1. Todd Barlow says:

    i saw this guys picture in the dictionary. next the word coin theif.

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