It was restored: the police force is looking for the owner of a guitar that was found crushed in the Kyiv region

The 112th Territorial Defense Brigade of the city of Kyiv is looking for the owner of a guitar that was found smashed in the Kyiv region during demining.

The instrument was restored by a craftsman from Israel and is sending it to Ukraine, according to the Teroboron.

On April 11, 2022, during the demining of the cottage town “Makarivski dachi” near the village of Kopyliv, Buchanskyi District, TRO fighter Andriy Malik found a crushed guitar. The instrument was lying next to the belongings of the Russians, which they threw away when they fled from the Kyiv region.

The man turned out to be a musician, he took a picture of the guitar and posted it on a social network. One of Andriy’s subscribers determined that the guitar is a collector’s item with a unique number, and also posted the photo in the community of guitarists.
TRO fighter Andriy Malik found a crushed guitar

Master Sasha Hanin from Israel saw the photo and offered to restore the guitar for free.
One of Andriy’s subscribers determined that the guitar is a collector’s item with a unique number

“On April 26, the sappers went to that village again and took the guitar from the positions. There was also a case with it. Maybe it will be recognized by it as well. The remains of the guitar in the case were sent to the master,” TRO reports.
The remains of the guitar in the case were sent to the craftsman

A few days ago, a craftsman from Israel said that he repaired the instrument and sent a video to the fighters that the guitar was ready.
The master intentionally left visible traces of restoration
“Like wounds on the body,” they write in the comments

“The instrument sounds. But the craftsman intentionally left visible traces of restoration. The craftsman is sending it to Ukraine. And now the 112th brigade is looking for the owner or owner of this musical instrument to return it,” the fighters say.

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