ARTS AND FEATURES — 16 December 2013

By staff reporter

A YOUNG LONDON-based traditional musician has had her treasured concertina stolen – and is asking for the public’s help to get it back.

Caroline Regan’s accordion, a Wheatstone 40 key anglo with black bellows and metal ends (serial number 24103) was stolen on the afternoon of Sunday, December 15 from the Crown Moran Hotel in Cricklewood, where she had been playing at an event.

The instrument case was found dumped outside the pub of the North London hotel.

Caroline said: “Please if you see or hear of anyone trying to sell one or see anything on Gumtree, eBay or in places like Cash Converters, please get in touch. Also if you could share this information with all your friends and family I would really appreciate it”.

If you have any information that may help, you can get in touch with Caroline at the email address caz4regan@hotmail.com.

 

 

 

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