DALLAS (CelebrityAccess) Dallas police tweeted Monday that they have recovered the four guitars stolen from Nils Lofgren before a Friday show and that an arrest has been made.
Cpl. Debra Webb provided no further details, according to the Associated Press.
Nils Lofgren’s guitars have been recovered and an arrest has been made. More details to follow.
— Dallas Police Dept (@DallasPD) April 2, 2018
Lofgren also tweeted his gratitude and said, “Looks like my guitars are coming back to me.”
Thank you all. This has been an unbelievable weekend. Looks like my guitars are coming back to me. Thank you to my crew who had to do double time, just so I could walk on stage. Fellow musicians who lovingly offered their own guitars. @azsweetheart013 who reminded me, believe. https://t.co/tPcOM0Lr39
— Nils Lofgren (@nilslofgren) April 2, 2018
A harp was also stolen; the police tweet does not mention it.
The guitars were stolen from a van outside a Holiday Inn either Thursday night or Friday morning and the break-in was discovered by Lofgren’s tour manager. Lofgren, longtime member of Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, performed that night at the city’s Kessler Theatre using instruments he borrowed from someone he knew from middle school.