HUNTINGTON BEACH (CBSLA) — A local musician who operates a recording studio for friends in Huntington Beach needs help identifying two men who stole $30,000 worth of his instruments and audio equipment.
Security video showed two men breaking into Leo Miguez’s practice studio early Saturday morning. The thieves took all 13 of his guitars, a banjo, a cello, and audio equipment, worth more than $30,000.READ MORE: LAX, Mayor Garcetti Announce Opening Of $294 Million Economy Parking Structure
“The hardest part is the guitars I had since I was 14, which is a really long time,” Miguez said. “So it’s more of an emotional attachment but it’s just terrible that someone could do that.”
Miguez’s studio is hidden in an industrial business park. He says he only opens it up to friends and acquaintances who want to practice and record.READ MORE: LA Courts Report Nearly All Employees Have Been Vaccinated Against COVID Or Received Exemptions
Miguez says he reported the theft to police and posted still images of the security video on social media.
He says the thieves drove away in a black Dodge Dart.MORE NEWS: Lancaster Woman Shariniesha Johnson Last Seen In May
Anyone with information about the two men or the break-in could call Huntington Beach police.