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.

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.

LONGVIEW, TX - A Longview Police Department investigation into counterfeit gold and silver coins and bullion bars resulted in the arrest of James Leroy Frattarola on October 4. Federal authorities have also been asked to assist in the investigation since some of the items counterfeited were U.S. coins.

MERIDEN, CT — A Hamden man faces charges after police say he packaged fake antique coins and sold them as legitimate.

PIERCE COUNTY, WA - Daryl Casson thought he found a pretty good deal. Solid silver bullion at a price just below market value. So he met up with a man who had advertised the silver on Craigslist.

"I looked at them, I weighed them. They looked perfect, they weighed perfect and I bought them," Casson said.

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