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Two Men Named in $1 Million Gold Heist

Police have named two suspects in a gold heist in California that netted more than $1 million a year ago.

The two men, both from the San Francisco Bay area, allegedly made off with more than $1.25 million in gold, jewelry and artifacts from a display case in the lobby of the Siskiyou County Courthouse during a February 2012 robbery.

Now, police say they’ve issued felony warrants for David Dean Johnson, 49, of El Cerrito and Scott Wayne Bailey, 51, of El Sobrante.

Source: Fox News. Read full article. (link)

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  • Acosmist||

    How do they know how much they "netted"? They sold it for full price? What a bad fence.

  • mariyana||

    uptil I saw the bank draft 4 $9574, I be certain ...that...my father in law was trully taking home money part-time on their apple laptop.. there friend brother had bean doing this 4 only about 10 months and as of now repaid the morgage on their appartment and bought Mitsubishi Evo. I went here, and go to home tab for more detail--- http://goo.gl/XjdQI

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