Question by P 007: Stepfather stole thousands coins belonging to mother, police will not investigate, any ideas?
Stepfather stole thousands of silver coins from mother, police will not investigate, there are a number of clues---- any ideas to get justice or get even?

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Answer by rukidding
What reason did the police give for not investigating?

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11 Responses to “Stepfather Stole Thousands Coins Belonging to Mother Police Will Not Investigate Any Ideas”
  1. Landkins says:

    Steal them back.

  2. Gorkbark Porkduke Gefunken Fubar says:

    Plot out a plan to steal them back.

  3. Just curious says:

    if they are married, there really isn’t anything that can be done. once you sign the papers, everything that belongs to her is now half his.

  4. Leah says:

    tip off homeland security that he is a terrorist

  5. D-Dubb says:

    What kind of proof do you have? Police will not usually investigate a theft claim if there is not enough proof to prosecute somebody.

    If you know in your heart that it was your stepfather, but cannot prove it, I think you know some ways to get even. Just be careful not to get caught.

  6. Hiram says:

    dump sugar in the gas tank of his vehicle wear gloves.

  7. Bush Family: Nazi Sympathizers says:

    i think the modern police departments are a joke. They are rude and they do not show the public any respect. They are supposed to work for the public and all they do is treat us all like crap

  8. stevemdfwtx says:

    Turnabout is fair play

  9. Dan M says:

    If your Mom and step dad are married, there is nothing that can be done. In most every state it would be considered joint property, and as crazy as it sounds, you can’t steal what you legally own as personal property.

  10. allysum19 says:

    Take it to divorce court.

  11. STEVEN F says:

    The first question is, do you have any proof the coins ever existed? The second question is, Are you mother and stepfather married? Unless the answers are Yes to the first, and No to the second, there is NOTHING the police could do even if they did investigate.