Most of the equipment and personal items stolen from the car of Black Sorrows founder Joe Camilleri has been recovered.
Joe was notified of the find in a Melbourne house this morning and personally collected his Victor Rubin hand-painted saxophone and his collectable Nash guitar.
Joe’s manager Andrew Walkers tells Noise11.com that, “there were a few things missing. Some of the smaller items, rings and the bracelet have gone”.
The robbery took place in the early hours of July 29 in the Melbourne suburb of Parkville. Camilleri’s items were found with numerous other stolen items. Police are now questioning four people over numerous robberies.