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Police arrest 4 suspects in rare collector coin burglary

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CLARKSDALE, AZ (CBS5) -

Police have arrested four suspects accused of stealing rare collectible coins, valued at approximately $60,000, from a storage unit in Clarksdale, AZ.

The Cottonwood Police Department said the treasures included U.S. coins and currency from the 1920s and 1930s, collectible coin albums and containers where the coins were stored.

On Sept. 9, detectives with multiple area law enforcement agencies served search warrants at three homes.

Police found the coins as well as illegal drugs and paraphernalia.

On Sept. 19, police arrested Brandy Rosas, 28, Kevin Boyle, 33, Carlos Brambila, 27, and Charles Fitzpatrick, 26, all of Cottonwood.

They were booked into the Yavapai County Sheriff's Office Jail on burglary and drugs charges.

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