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2 S.J. FedEx employees charged with $188,000 silver theft

Two FedEx employees have been charged with stealing silver coins and bars from a company facility in Magnolia.

2 S.J. FedEx employees charged with $188,000 silver theft

Two FedEx employees have been arrested and accused of stealing more than $188,000 in pure silver coins and bars, Magnolia police said today. Julian C. Marshall, of Blackwood, and Jason M. Ramage, of Bellmawr, were arrested after the Magnolia police were notified by FedEx security of the theft. Magnolia detectives traced some of the silver to a local pawn shop, which led to the suspects. Later, FedEx officials confirmed both suspects were employed at the Magnolia facility. More than $95,000 in silver was recovered from one of the suspect’s homes. 

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