Metro-North Workers Track Down Connecticut Musicians' Instruments

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Metro North employees have found and returned two valuable instruments in the last two months. Photo Credit: File

FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- Two valuable musical instruments were recently returned to their rightful owners by Metro-North Railroad employees after they accidentally left them on trains, according to the New Haven Register.

Conductor Bob McDonough retrieved a violin belonging to a Stamford woman from an overhead rack that was later identified as a Stradivarius worth an estimated $500,000, the article said.

In October, Westport's famous Nile Rodgers, co-founder of the band Chic, exited a train in a hurry, forgetting his 1959 Fender Stratocaster guitar. It was also later found undamaged and returned to a grateful Rodgers, according to the report.

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meatball:

If I was traveling with a Stradivarius worth an estimated $500,000 I believe I would have it handcuffed to my wrist. Forgetfully leave it behind? ... no way.

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