$10M Gold Coins May Be Linked to Heist

The coins found by a California couple may have been stolen from the US Mint in 1900.
3:00 | 03/04/14

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New details about -- ten million dollars in buried gold found by California couple in their backyard turns out to Corning's. May have been stolen. During a heist at the San Francisco -- back in 18199. A local collector actually found an old newspaper article on the heist. Roughly the same amount of gold was stolen according to newspaper reports and -- lanes were newly minted just like the ones found. In that backyard so we can untangle about a 150 years history. Well.

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