From Reader's Digest, February 1967
Captain Joseph Dussia, former head of the Pennsylvania State Police Crime Laboratory, is an accomplished safe-blower and lock-picker. His skill came in handy when he and a fellow officer were stranded on a road one night, their car and police radio disabled. A phone box was nearby, but they didn't have any change. Captain Dussia entered the booth, picked the locks, dropped a dollar bill into the coin box, took out some change, re-assembled everything, and called a break-down truck.
A few days later, he got this message from a man at the telephone company: "We've got something you should investigate. We found a dollar bill in one of our coin boxes."