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Duluth cab company owner finds $1,000 in rare coins in back seat

The Lake County New Chronicle reports Custom Cab owner Dan O’Hearon was cleaning out a vehicle when he found more than $1,000 worth of rare gold coins underneath the back seat. O’Hearon is hoping to find their rightful owner.
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The Lake County New Chronicle reports Custom Cab owner Dan O’Hearon was cleaning out a vehicle when he found more than $1,000 worth of rare gold coins underneath the back seat. O’Hearon is hoping to find their rightful owner.

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