Triple homicide of coin dealers

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January 12, 2017 – At Bill’s Pawn and Jewelry/Coin Exchange in Jackson, Mississippi (USA) three men were each shot and killed in a robbery. Detectives with the Jackson, MS police department believe that a white male and white female suspects captured by video surveillance may be responsible for the triple homicide. Police were called to the scene at 8:50 p.m., December 17, 2016 when the victims failed to return home. The victims have been identified as 81-year-old Cleveland “Bill” Mosley, the owner of the business, 60-year-old Robert Ivy, and 77-year-old Ted McLemore.

It is reported that coins, jewelry and five high-end watches were taken from the store. Surveillance equipment was also taken and other equipment damaged.
The suspects have been apprehended in Kansas December 21, 2016, and were identified as Jamison Layne Townsend (35) and Joshua Garcia (37), who has been to prison six times in 18 years. They were caught in Junction City, Kansas and have been charged with the homicide of three pawn shop employees.

You can read more details about the arrest of the suspects and other charges brought against them here.