A Chichester music teacher has been left ‘heartbroken’ after thousands of pounds worth of goods, including all eight of his guitars were stolen from his home.
Sussex Police received a report of a burglary at Mitch Callow’s property in Stirling Road, Chichester, at 6.50pm on Thursday, September 13.
The burglary is believed to have occurred between the times of 7am and 6.25pm.
Mitch Callow, a 55 year old guitar teacher, was devastated to discover that his house had been broken into in broad daylight.
His daughter Jess Callow said her father was ‘heartbroken’ after losing thousands of pounds worth of possessions from his home.
Guitars are Mitch’s life, income and livelihood and each one holds huge sentimental value.
Mitch has been teaching guitar for more than 20 years to numerous children and adults in the West Sussex area.
Alongside the guitars, other goods stolen include ski boots, Festool tools, a Samsung 48in television, his passport and money.
Below is a full list of the instruments that Mitch, his friends and family are searching for-
Ibanez ST300 (1979). (This has a chip in laquer about 1in where the arrow is)
Freshman with a Bigsby tremolo
Paco Castillo electro acoustic
Picado classical guitar
Ramirez classical guitar
Rolland AC33 amp
Fender bass bronco
Acoustic bass (Spruce top)
Ukulele (spruce top)
Sussex Police would like to speak to anyone who witnessed any suspicious behaviour in the area at this time or if you have seen any of these items for sale.