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Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Vandals strike Runaway Planet

Posted on Wed, May 17, 2006 at 10:56 AM

Word is circulating around the local music biz that the bluegrass band Runaway Planet had its gear stolen Saturday night. Here's a list of the missing equipment, enough to start a pretty nice bluegrass jam band (plus where and whom to call if you know anything):

1 Dobro brand resonator guitar
1 Sigma Martin Banjo 5-String
1 Lotus Brand mandolin with neck seperating from the body
1 12 String Alvarez guitar with damage to the body....also has a
sticker of the earth on the headstock covering the Alvarez logo
5 cases/books of CD's....about a 1000 Cd's total...most of these CD's
were live bluegrass shows from Bill Monroe, Seldom Scene, Flatt and
Scruggs...ect.  All the CD's were in Case Logic type CD cases with handles.

Please keep your eyes and ears open.  Chances are these items will try
to be sold to local musicians or those passing through.  If you have
any information please call Runaway Planet at 501-425-5018. 
I will also
post the information with the detective handling the case as soon as
that information is available.  Serial numbers for the instruments will
also be provided as soon as that information is available.

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