3 arrested in theft of $5M Stradivarius violin in Milwaukee
February 5, 2014 (MILWAUKEE) (WLS) -- Three people have been arrested in connection with the theft of a valuable Stradivarius violin.
It was stolen from the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra concertmaster last month.
Police say the nearly 300-year-old violin was on loan to Frank Almond. Investigators say someone used a stun gun on him in a parking lot and took the instrument.
The violin has been appraised at $5 million.
It has not been recovered yet.
Prosecutors say they don't expect charges to be filed until at least Thursday.
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