Springfield man arrested for stealing expensive guitars

The two Paul Reed Smith electric guitars are worth $3,600

(Credit: Springfield Police Department)

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – With the help of their police dog, Springfield officers arrested a Springfield resident for allegedly stealing two expensive guitars.

Springfield police spokesman Sgt. John Delaney notified 22News that they arrested 40 year old Eduardo Ayala of 56 Kamuda Street, at a home on Waterford Circle, not far from Falcetti’s music store on Boston Road.

(Credit: Springfield Police Department)
(Credit: Springfield Police Department)

Ayala had allegedly broken into the house after stealing the guitars from the music store.

The two Paul Reed Smith electric guitars are worth $3,600. Sgt. Delaney said the officers found the stolen guitars in the rear of the house Ayala is suspected of breaking into, after having stolen the musical instruments from Falcetti’s.

Delaney said that while he was being arrested, he had given out his brother’s ID. For that, he is now also being charged with giving a false name to police.