2 Arrested in The Hague Following Theft of $200,000 Landolfi Violin

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2 men have today been arrested in The Hague after attempting to sell a USD $200,000 1731 Carlo Ferdinando Landolfi violin – allegedly stolen last week from a home in Aboude.

It’s alleged the two men, aged 22 and 25, attempted to sell the instrument to a local violin maker – who had been previously alerted to the theft.

Two other violins, stolen in the same robbery, have not yet been recovered.

Source: www.dutchnews.nl

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