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Lost and Stolen SpecimensStolen minerals

12th Feb 2018 04:22 GMTKim Bourgeois

October 2016 stolen round 8 or 9 inches in diameter white quartz, perfect reflective light. Other pieces also stolen. If you see it please let me know. It belonged to my son. Stone wall mason helped himself. I asked him for it back & he won't give it..

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