Tommy Peoples' Fiddle Stolen in London

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Re: Tommy Peoples Fiddle Stolen in London

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The fiddle was stolen out of the car which was parked about 200 yds from The Corner House Hotel, 201 Camden Rd, London, NW1 9AA. It was taken in the early hours of Friday morning, 11th September.

It was in a black rectangular composite case. In the inside pocket of the case were two St Martin relics/medallions, a red glass heart, two D'Addario strings and a box set of Helicore strings.

The fiddle has a split or crack between the E and A tuning pegs. It also has an unusual brown composite chin rest, which you can see in the picture.

Also some CDs were taken as well. ... 5285563869 ... 5285563869
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