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$10,000 worth of music equipment stolen from Cottonwood shed

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COTTONWOOD, Ariz. -

Yavapai County Sheriff's deputies say $10,000 worth of music equipment was stolen from a shed behind a home in the 1000 block of Territory Trail.

Between 7:30 p.m. on Saturday and 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, an unknown number of suspects stole band and music equipment from a shed located in an unlocked fenced-in yard.

Items stolen were:

"Marshall" bass amplifier head, Model# MB450, black, with rings on the top from beer bottles, "Carvin" 15 inch bass cabinet model BR 115, (2) "Shure" model SM 58 microphones, "Washburn" 4 string bass guitar with black flat wound strings, "Schecter" 6 string which is blue and has a large chip on the guitar body, "Line 6" guitar amplifier, black in color with a control pedal, (12) black "Monster" brand cables, ranging from 6-20 feet in length, silver tipped ends, red, green, and blue tape on cable ends, "SKB" brand music case, model SKB 1200 ATA, black with silver latches, upper compartment holds 12 microphones in foam, "Mackie" speaker, model 450DA, charcoal grey, made in Italy, "Tama" brand drums including a 14" and 16" inch floor tom with amber fade finish, "Tama" brand, Iron Cobra model bass drum double pedals, "Remo Roto Toms" --- 6, 8, 10 inch pitch changing drums on a stand, "Tama" Hi-Hat stand, "Tama" Super Star model 14x5 custom snare drum with amber fade finish, (8) Zildjian cymbals, "Yamaha" Subkick model, "Mackie" 12 channel mixer, various drum cases, (2) "Korg" guitar tuners, (5) microphone stands, "TC" vocal processor, among other music equipment accessories.

Deputies say it appears the suspects entered through an alleyway near the victim's yard.

The victims told deputies they heard a knock at the door of the main house around 9:30 p.m. on Saturday but they didn't see anyone when they looked out the window.

Deputies have recovered, and are processing, physical evidence from the scene.

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