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Thieves steal $700 football bearing autographs of '70s Packers

3:40 PM, Sep. 13, 2013  |  Comments
The Green Bay Packers helmet room.
The Green Bay Packers helmet room.
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Memorabilia, including a $700 autographed football, is missing from the home owned by the family of a longtime Green Bay Packers equipment manager.

A relative of the late Jack Noel reported this week that someone had stolen the ball, autographed by members of Packers teams in the 1970s, and a display of commemorative coins, Green Bay Police Lt. Gary Richgels said. The coin display is valued at about $100.

The house is in the 1500 block of Beauchamp Street on the city's west side. Police said the thefts occurred sometime this summer while the house was vacant; it was reported this week.

Police said family members were not certain whose signatures are on the ball. They said the items would be included in daily notifications made to area pawn shops.

Authorities ask that anyone with information call city police at (920) 448-3205.

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