Half-a-billion-dollar fraud nets lavish homes—and teddy bears

Big homes, a slice of a hockey team and millions in antiques including teddy bears. Those were just a few of the items two con men bought with stolen cash, according to federal investigators.

Paul Greenwood and Stephen Walsh were living the high life—even owning a piece of the New York Islanders, according to investigators. But it turns out cash collected from unsuspecting investors was funneled to a shell company, prosecutors say.

"I knew we had something big when I saw it," said Jennifer Sunu of the National Futures Association.

Inside a $554 million investor scheme that prosecutors say was run by the two high-profile millionaires.