Back in August 2015, Kathleen Edwards posted on Facebook that her rare and valuable 1957 Les Paul Junior guitar was stolen from her house in Stittsville, Ontario. Today, the Ottawa singer-songwriter posted a picture of the instrument on Instagram, with the message “Today I got an early birthday present. Story to follow”. So… eventually Edwards herself will update us on the details of the happy news.

“If the guitar is returned, I can accept a ‘no questions asked’ agreement,'” Edwards said on her August 2015 Facebook post. “I can promise you that the instrument will not make you money, it will not go unnoticed and you will at some point be caught. Do the right thing”.

Update: According to CBC News, a Good samaritan came into Quitters, Edward’s coffe shop in Stittsville, ON, to let her know he found a garbage bag with guitars while he was out walking his dogs. The songstress later confirmed the guitars were hers.

“They were dumped in Stittsville, a kilometre or so from the shop. Undamaged. I am over the moon,” she wrote.
Info from CBC News
Picture taken from Kathleen Edwards Facebook page