Have you seen these items? A list of items stolen from Cumbernauld's iiMusic store
Written by Scott Campbell.
Published at 21:02 GMT on Sunday 3rd March, 2013.
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CUMBERNAULD Media has learned what items were stolen from the town’s iiMusic store which was closed today, after a robbery at their new Cumbernauld Shopping Centre premises.

The break-in was the first robbery at Cumbernauld Shopping Centre, in 17 years and saw thousands of pounds worth of music related items stolen from the town’s iiMusic store, which opened in November, last year. 

The items stolen include: 

  • PRS SE Custom 24 Whale Blue
  • PRS Limited Edition SE245 Quilt Top Grey Black
  • Fender Road Worn Player’s Tele, Black, Maple Fingerboard
  • Fender Japan ‘72 Reissue Japan Stratocaster 3 Tone Sunburst, Rosewood Fingerboard, Black Scratchplate, USA Vintage Pickups
  • Pre Owned Fender American Deluxe 50th Anniversary Strat, Left Handed, Sunburst, Maple Fingerboard, Gold Hardware
  • Pre Owned Fender (Mex) Standard Strat – Black, Rosewood Fingerboard
  • Godin Redline 3, Gloss Black, Maple Fingerboard, EMGs and Floyd Rose, serial #: 09205142
  • Godin Redline 2, Trans Green Flame, Rosewood Fingerboard, EMGs and hardtail
  • Hofner Club CT Bass, Sunburst
  • Fender CD60 Acoustic Guitar, Black
  • Fender CD60 Acoustic Guitar, Natural
  • Fender CD60CE Electro-Acoustic Cutaway Guitar, Black

If you find any of these items for sale/being offered or hear anything about the following instruments, then you can contact iiMusic at webshop@importedinstruments.com or at the Edinburgh store on 0131 450 7128 (Option 1). 

Jon Clark, iiMusic’s Director said: “We would like to thank those who supported the store while we were in Cumbernauld. Our stores in other locations continue to offer the same high quality IIMusic experience, family friendly stores, Top Brand Products and First Class service from polite, friendly and knowledgeable staff.”

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