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An undated image released by the British Transport Police on Thursday Dec. 23, 2010, of a 1697 Stradivarius violin. Three people were arrested for stealing a 1.2 million-pound ($1.85 million) antique violin from a musician while she stopped for a snack at a London sandwich bar, British police said Thursday. South Korean violinist Min-Jin Kym was eating inside the sandwich shop outside Euston station on Nov. 29 when she noticed that her black violin case _ whch contained the 300-year-old Stradivarius as well as two expensive bows _ was missing, police said. The violin, made in 1696, is one of only around 400 in the world. It was stolen along with a Peccatte bow, valued at 62,000 pounds, and another bow worth more than 5,000 pounds. (AP Photo/British Transport Police)

An undated image released by the British Transport Police on Thursday Dec. 23, 2010, of a 1697 Stradivarius violin. Three people were arrested for stealing a 1.2 million-pound ($1.85 million) antique violin from a musician while she stopped for a snack at a London sandwich bar, British police said Thursday. South Korean violinist Min-Jin Kym was eating inside the sandwich shop outside Euston station on Nov. 29 when she noticed that her black violin case _ whch contained the 300-year-old Stradivarius as well as two expensive bows _ was missing, police said. The violin, made in 1696, is one of only around 400 in the world. It was stolen along with a Peccatte bow, valued at 62,000 pounds, and another bow worth more than 5,000 pounds. (AP Photo/British Transport Police)

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