Thieves steal $41K worth of precious metal, cash from Niagara Falls home


Published January 18, 2022 at 4:03 pm

A pair of break-and-enter thieves made off with quite a haul of gold, silver, platinum and cash from a Niagara Falls home in late November, Niagara Police reported today.

The suspects broke into a home in the Mountain Road and January Drive area at 5:35 pm on November 27 by smashing in a glass door.

Before long, they found the home safe and forced it open. Once inside, they grabbed $41,000 in gold, silver and platinum coins and bars, as well as cash.

Suspect One was wearing a baseball cap, hooded sweatshirt, jogging pants with three stripes on the upper left leg/hip area, a mask, gloves and running shoes.

Suspect Two was wearing a baseball cap, winter jacket, hooded sweatshirt, jogging pants, running shoes, gloves, a mask, carrying a satchel bag across his chest.

The stolen items included:

  • 8 pieces of 1 oz Royal Canadian Mint New Style Gold Bar
  • 2 pieces of 1 oz Buffalo Gold Coin
  • 2 pieces of 10 oz Silvertowne Buffalo Silver Bar
  • 5 pieces of 10 oz New Royal Canadian Mint Silver Bar
  • 10 pieces of 1 oz Silvertowne Buffalo Silver Bar
  • 5 pieces of 1 oz 2021 American Eagle Platinum Coin

The investigation was assigned to 2 District Street Crime Unit detectives.  The investigation has been ongoing since that time.  Anyone who may have information about this incident is asked to contact detectives at 905-688-4111, dial option 3, extension 1008454.

The suspects are pictured below.

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