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Agnico Eagle tight-lipped about stolen doré

refusesto disclose how many doré bars were stolen from its La India heap leach gold-silver mine in northern Mexico.

AgnicoEagle spokesperson Dale Coffin said the company was "not going to discussdetails" during an ongoing investigation.

Healso wouldn't say how much the doré bars at La India typically weigh.

Reachedat the La India mine site by phone on July 22, a clerk initially said she wouldtry to find out how many bars went missing, but later referred back to Coffinat the company's head office.

Multipleanalysts, fielded for information on the robbery, said they did not know howmuch gold and silver had gone missing.

AgnicoEagle said in a statement that on July 19 armed intruders stole "some golddorés" and in the process injured a security guard.

"Itwas scary for the people that were there," the clerk at La India said,noting she was not on site during the robbery.

But,she added, employees knew what the robbers wanted.

"Theyjust came for the gold."