Police in Delaware, OH are looking for clues in a destructive burglary at Neuhart Cards late Saturday night.
Someone used force to break through the glass window at the front of the shop to gain entry, then smashed a display case where a selection of vintage cards was housed. It’s believed the only card taken was a PSA 1 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle.
Last night, our shop was broken into and this card was stolen. Inventory can be replaced. However, peace of mind cannot. Let us know if anyone sees this card. Thank you. pic.twitter.com/awcPokVQwo
— Neuhart Cards (@NeuhartCards) May 12, 2019
The card’s value is about $10,000.
The thief left dozens of other valuable vintage cards behind.
The shop had been closed earlier in the evening and wasn’t scheduled to be open on Sunday.
Delaware is a city of about 30,000 residents, located in central Ohio, about 30 miles north of Columbus. The ABC-TV affiliate there aired a story on the burglary Monday.