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Heartless Thieves Steal $850 Worth Of Yu-Gi-Oh Cards

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Anaheim police are looking for three men wanted for the most heinous of crimes—stealing someone's Yu-Gi-Oh card collection valued at $850.

No, this is not a blog post from the early 2000s. Three men and one woman allegedly held two men at knife-point after blocking their car at Clara Barton Park in Anaheim. After frisking the victims and finding nothing, the thieves found and took the treasured card collection, CBS 2 reports.

Of course, the real story here is that there is a Yu-Gi-Oh card collection out there that's worth $850. This bit of news alone would probably fill many people with regret over throwing their childhood cards away.

The card collection, numbered at around 1,000, was then pawned off at a local card shop three days later. The cards were eventually recovered and cops are still on the lookout for the thieves.

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Obviously, this could have all been avoided had the card owners used their Ancient Sacred Wyvern to inflict 2100 damage on the thieves using the Fairy Synchro Effect move, but hey, we're glad they got their collection back at least.

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