$1,000 Reward Offered After 300-Year-Old Cello Is Stolen in Glendale

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Crime Stoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information on the whereabouts of a stolen car and a 300-year-old cello stored inside, police said.

The Glendale Police Department provided this image of a 300-year-old cello that was stolen in November 2015.
The Glendale Police Department provided this image of a 300-year-old cello that was stolen in November 2015.

The car — a maroon four-door 2007 Acura TL — was stolen Nov. 1 from the Embassy Suites Hotel parking lot, at 800 N. Central Ave. in Glendale, said Glendale Police spokeswoman Tahnee Lightfoot.

The cello, a valuable family heirloom, was stored in the trunk. Police did not release details on its worth.

A natural wood color, the cello has an asymmetrical carbon fiber tailpiece with a cutout design and an f-hole labeled “Antonio Domenicelli Fecit en Ferrara 1714.”

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