— The Colonie Police Department was contacted by a victim on Wednesday, May 28 who had answered a Craigslist posting offering 1 oz. American Gold Eagle Coins for sale.

TEANECK, NJ - A 44-year-old Brooklyn man is facing multiple charges for his alleged role in a three-person ring that sought to peddle fake gold, authorities said.

PORTLAND, OR - Police are looking for two suspects who conned a North Portland grocery store owner into buying thousands of dollars of fake gold ingots earlier this month.

FLUSHING, NY — The Fourth Squad, in conjunction with the Crimes Against Property Squad, report on January 15, 2014 that Allen Natanel, 27, of 67-17 Kissena Blvd, Flushing, NY sold 98 counterfeit Morgan Silver Star dollars to National Pawn Brokers located at 265 Sheridan Boulevard, Inwood.

SYRACUSE, NY - Two men have admitted selling nearly 1,300 counterfeit silver dollar coins at eight pawn shops in just two days in Syracuse and elsewhere in Central New York.

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