MBTA police recover missing $40,000 violin
BOSTON (AP) — Police say they have located a $40,000 violin accidentally left behind by its owner at a Boston train station.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority police say they have identified a woman previously named as a person of interest in the disappearance Tuesday. Police now say the woman is no longer a person of interest and she has assisted in the investigation.
The violin was recovered Tuesday night. MBTA police say they are working on returning the instrument to its owner, Amy Sims.
Sims tells WBZ-TV the violin was handmade in New York in 1855. She says it is a huge part of her life.