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AKG microphones and headphones stolen in lorry hijack
The criminals made off with around 800 items of musical equipment, in a raid which occurred on Tuesday (February 23rd 2010).
It happened as the vehicle was transporting the AKG equipment from the port of Harwich.
Essex Police are now appealing to members of the public to come forward with information about the incident.
The brand picked up a Technical Grammy for the contribution it has made to the art and science of music recording.
Other artists who have used AKG equipment in the past include The Rolling Stones, Stevie Wonder and Frank Sinatra.: Instruments News
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