German police recover stolen John Lennon memorabilia


Authorities in Berlin have apprehended a 58-year old suspect, who's name has yet to be revealed, and are holding him on charges of suspicion of fraud and handling stolen goods.

According to the police, about 100 items, including Lennon's diaries, spectacles, a cigarette case and a recording of a 1965 Beatles concert, were stolen from Ms. Ono in NY in 2006.

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"The searches were successful, and further items hidden in the suspect's auto, that presumably belonged to John Lennon's estate, were seized, " said the investigators, according to the German public broadcaster.

"This day contains the entry that on that morning John Lennon and Yoko Ono had an appointment with Annie Leibovitz to take a photo which I think is world famous", Berlin prosecutor Michael von Hagen said at the press conference. Because this remains an ongoing investigation, it's unclear when Ono might regain full possession of the items. Inc (NASDAQ:CRM) Expected To Report Earnings On Tuesday
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The items were displayed Tuesday (Berlin time) at Berlin Police headquarters.

Last July, 86 objects, including several diaries, two pairs of glasses, a cigarette box or even notebooks of former member of the Beatles had been seized in the German capital.

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One of the diaries recovered was Lennon's last diary that ended on the day he was shot and killed in NY on 8 December, 1980.

Some of the items were seized by police, while the rest were recovered in the vehicle of the arrested suspect. Another suspect lives in Turkey, they said. Police said they can not decide whether to release the items while the investigation is ongoing.

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The Berlin police was alerted after they were found by the administrator for a bankrupt auction house, which had previously valued the objects at 3.1 million euros ($3.64 million).