The cello from the 18th century, which a French beroepsmuzikante Thursday evening was robbed in the Paris region, is justified. That has Ophélie Gaillard, the musician, the French news agency AFP.
They got on Saturday morning a phone call with the message that the instrument in a car for her house was. The cello was in the back seat. The value of the instrument is estimated at nearly 1.3 million euro.
An individual endangered the cellist Thursday with a knife near her home in Pantin, northeast of Paris. He went off with the cello and also a violin from the 19th century.
The cello was in 1737 made in the Italian Udine and from the hand of Francesco Goffriller.
Gaillard was given the instrument on loan of the bank CIC. The singer is placed after the theft, a message and corresponding photos on Facebook. A source close to the investigation ordered Friday, still recollecting that the cello of the hand was in a special circuit.