A $40,000 cello stolen from a musician's car in uptown Minneapolis turned up two weeks later in a local community garden, reports the Minneapolis Star Tribune. Cellist Scott Lykins, a 26-year-old Eastman graduate and artistic director of the Lakes Area Chamber Music Festival, said he may have left the car unlocked at the time of the theft. The cello, by Connecticut maker James McKean, was recovered along with two bows and the cello's case after a tip-off that police received following a public appeal for information.