Musician in appeal to find concertina stolen in Cricklewood

PUBLISHED: 17:11 27 February 2014 | UPDATED: 17:11 27 February 2014

Caroline Regan's concertina was stolen on Decmber 15 last year

Caroline Regan's concertina was stolen on Decmber 15 last year


A musician has issued an appeal to Times readers for help to find her beloved concertina which was stolen in Cricklewood.

Ms Regan's concertina was stolen on December 15Ms Regan's concertina was stolen on December 15

Caroline Regan has spent the last two months searching for the instrument after it was targeted by thieves at the Crown Moran Hotel on December 15.

Despite a high-profile appeal on social network sites Facebook and Twitter no sightings of the Wheatstone 40-key Anglo concertina have been made.

Ms Regan said: “I am heartbroken that my instrument has been stolen as it means so much to me and I feel lost without it.”

The concertina has seven fold black bellows, silver metal ends and the serial number 24103.

Adding that she is keen for traders to be on the look out, Ms Regan said: “If you see or hear of anyone trying to sell one or anything on Gumtree, eBay or in second-hand shops or cash converters, please get in touch.”

You can contact Ms Regan via her Facebook page at

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