Harp, saxophone, samurai swords stolen from Ont. home
An OPP cruiser is seen in this undated photo.
The Canadian Press
Published Wednesday, January 20, 2016 2:31PM EST
CORUNNA, Ont. -- Provincial police say they're investigating a theft in the Sarnia, Ont., area in which several unique items were taken -- including a Celtic harp.
Police say that late last week a large U-Haul rental truck was parked in the driveway of a home in Corunna, Ont.
Investigators say the harp, made in 1926, has a 1 1/2 metre-tall hand-crafted wood frame containing several Celtic designs, and two of the strings are red in colour.
Also taken were a Buscher saxophone made in 1930 recently refinished in silver, two Odachi samurai swords -- with polished steel blades with Japanese print on the blades -- and a 1.8-metre-tall Acoustat Spectra 2200 Mirage "see-through" membrane speakers.
OPP say the items are easily identifiable and are asking members of the public to watch for them.