Three hobby shops in the Youngstown, OH area have been hit by burglars over the last couple of months. Early Monday, another one was targeted, but this time the thief was scared off.
Surveillance video shows a person running up to the door about 3 AM and breaking the glass on two doors, triggering the store’s alarm.
A 30-year-old Nashville man has been charged with felony mail theft after police say he grabbed a package from a drop box carrying thousands of dollars worth of sports cards and then sold them.
Nashville Scoop reports that Michael Robertson stole the package containing $5,100 in cards and then sold them for a fraction of that to a sports memorabilia business in the area.
Police say the theft happened in January. In February, most of the stolen cards were recovered by detectives, who were able to track Robertson down and take him into custody last week.
PSA says it will have “an important announcement” Tuesday regarding “the immediate future of our Economy service level.”
For the past few months, PSA has been offering a $50 Economy service option that allows submissions of cards valued at under $1,000 with a 90-day turnaround time.
The company recently said its backlog of cards had been reduced to under four million from a high of more than 12 million that were in its possession just over a year ago.