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No leads in White Rock guitar-theft case

Police are still looking for this autographed Gibson SG, which was stolen from a Marine Drive restaurant on April 7. - Contributed
Police are still looking for this autographed Gibson SG, which was stolen from a Marine Drive restaurant on April 7.
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The search for a collectible guitar that was stolen from a Marine Drive restaurant earlier this month continues.

Police said Wednesday they still have no leads as to the whereabouts of the cherry-red Gibson SG, taken from Charlie Don't Surf during a morning break-in April 7, and they're appealing to the public for assistance.

The guitar is distinct – signed by brothers Malcolm and Angus Young of AC/DC, and also featuring a hand-drawn "Angus devil."

Protected by a Plexiglas case, it has been a popular item of discussion at the restaurant for nearly a decade, owner John Carroll told Peace Arch News.

Anyone with information on the guitar's location or who took it is asked to contact White Rock RCMP at 778-593-3600.

 

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