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Lost and Stolen SpecimensAmethyst stolen from Four Peaks Mine in Arizona

4th Jan 2019 01:27 GMTChristopher Wentzell

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Just read a news story that the Four Peaks Amethyst Mine was broken into and that some material has been stolen, according to news reports this happened last August but the story just released yesterday. Something to know about prior to the upcoming shows in Arizona. Please keep an eye out and report anything.

link to the news story: Fox 10 news story about Amethyst Mine Theft

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