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Detectives are investigating if a violin recovered during a police operation in Bulgaria is the million pound Stradivarius stolen from a London train station more than two years ago.
The 300-year-old violin was snatched from Euston station in central London in November 2010.
It's owner, Korean-born classical musician Min-Jin Kym, was buying a sandwich in a cafe at the time.
30 year old John Maughan admitted theft in 2011.
A BTP spokesman said:
"British Transport Police detectives are aware of the recovery of a violin in Bulgaria and will investigate with insurers, underwriters and international colleagues, whether it is the 1696 Antonio Stradivarius antique violin stolen from a cafe at Euston rail station in November 2010."