Fake game jerseys aren’t the only items federal agents are busy tracking down these days. Baseball playoff busts netted a huge stash of fake fan gear and the sites that were selling it.
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Police in Florida say they finally captured the man believed responsible for fooling nearly three dozen Florida pawn shops and other outlets into buying a phony Babe Ruth signed baseball with equally phony paperwork.August 10, 2011 By
The case against a dealer accused of selling fake jerseys is being handled by the Complex Frauds Unit of the United States Attorney’s Office.May 26, 2011 By
Another pawn shop falls victim to a fake Ruth autograph.May 20, 2011 By
The search for memorabilia stolen from Phillies’ pitcher Kyle Kendrick takes a bizarre twist.April 7, 2011 By
A big time 2005 theft from a Rutland, Mass. sports memorabilia shop may finally have been solved.January 13, 2011 By
ICE confiscated 163 fake jerseys, including a couple with questionable autographs, from two Phoenix-area sports memorabilia stores.November 5, 2010 By
You never know what items have been forfeited or seized by police.July 8, 2010 By
A Florida man lost a collection of signed sports memorabilia when a home was broken into early Tuesday.May 14, 2010 By
A former college and NFL champion’s rings will be returned after Tennessee lawmen made a major bust.December 28, 2009 By
The NHL’s annual outdoor showcase has the league on alert for fake memorabilia.October 22, 2009 By
A North Carolina man’s collection was more of a family heirloom. That’s why he’s hoping against all odds his stolen vintage sports cards turn up somewhere.October 16, 2009 By
A near-lifelong sports card collection is gone in minutes.