Photo: John Miller's cello was stolen from his locker last week, at McGill’s Schulich School of Music. The cello was appraised at $20, 000. (Feb. 14, 2009)
A number of musical instruments worth tens of thousands of dollars have been stolen from students at McGill's Schulich School of Music, CTV News has learned.
According to the Music Undergraduate Students' Association (MUSA), at least seven instruments have been stolen in the past month - including two saxophones, a trombone, an oboe and an English horn.
Student John Miller said his cello was stolen from his locker last week. The cello was appraised at $20, 000, but Miller said he believes it's worth at least $100, 000 more, because of its antique qualities.
"The year that has typically been associated with it is 1703," Miller told CTV Montreal's Rob Lurie.
Another student, Alicia Bisha,
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