The cost of the property was $22,648, according to a police report.
Anniston police Capt. Allen George said the company received three orders for 500 violins from a man in Singapore.
George said the order was paid for on a credit card belonging to Jaran Chong.
George said that on Oct. 1, after the violins had been shipped to an air freight center in Singapore, the company received a notice that the transaction had been denied.
Any suspect could face felony charges of first-degree theft, according to a police report.
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