St. Louis, Missouri 2021-04-22 12:24:00 –
Boston, Massachusetts. (WBZ) – It took nearly 10 years, but Heidi Sliker reunited with the flute he left in a taxi in 2012.
Slicer, a performer of the New England Philharmonic Orchestra, left a $ 13,000 worth of flute in a Boston taxi after a slow shift at Howl at the Moon. She said she was “ravaged” at the time because she worked full-time in high school to save money for her instruments. After losing the flute, the sliker couldn’t play in the orchestra and it took five years to save money for the new orchestra.
Two months ago, the detective received a hint about a silver flute made by Warburn-based Brannen. Someone brought the instrument to a music store for appraisal. An employee of the store wrote down the serial number and looked it up a bit. Investigators tracked the flute to a man who worked for a taxi company that night when the flute was reported missing.
Sliker said he would spend about $ 2,000 overhauling the flute because the flute wasn’t properly groomed, but hopes it will return to its original state.
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