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The stolen three years ago Stradivarius violin was found in London · 2014-12-15 17:51

The UK police have found the unique Antonio Stradivari violin stolen almost three years ago, valued at 1.9 million dollars.

Violin was found last week in a house in central England. There were arrested three suspects – 32-year-old man and two teenagers. The instrument got no injuries and was returned to its rightful owner.

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