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New Brunswick RCMP investigating after theft of instruments and musical equipment

New Brunswick RCMP are asking for the public's assistance after musical instruments and equipment were stolen Sunday night.
New Brunswick RCMP are asking for the public's assistance after musical instruments and equipment were stolen Sunday night. Global News / File

The theft of musical instruments and equipment have the New Brunswick RCMP asking for the public’s assistance as they search for who is responsible.

According to the Mounties, during the night of August 6, the Centre récréatif Armand F. Albert in Saint-Hilaire, N.B. was broken into.

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Two guitars, a white 1996 Fender American Standard Telecaster electric guitar and a Martin D-16 acoustic guitar with a Fishman Prefix Plus Acoustic Guitar System, were stolen.

A Traynor YCV40 guitar tube amplifier with a Celestion Redback speaker, three microphones and several microphone and guitar cords were also taken.

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Anyone with information on the theft is urged to call RCMP at (506) 473-3173 or contact Crime Stoppers.

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