The Hamilton Spectator BURLINGTON Halton police are looking for a man and woman who pulled off a brazen theft of two guitars from a music store. The pair walked away with what Halton police described as two "high end guitars" from the Long and McQuade Musical Instruments store on Mainway Drive last month. "It is one of those things that's not uncommon, but it's definitely brazen," Det. Const. Erin Cooper said Monday. The combined value of the two Gibson guitars is $10,000, she said. "It's definitely something that took courage, but we'll get them," said store manager Paul Stewart. Police said the pair was seen on video surveillance picking up the two guitars and placing them in empty guitar cases they had carried into the business, just east of Guelph Line. They then simply walked out, "making no attempt to pay for the concealed items." Police say the theft occurred on Saturday, May 2 at about 1:40 p.m. Stewart said store staff reported the theft on Monday, May 4. Cooper said police released the information, and photos of both suspects, this week because it had exhausted all other investigation avenues. The two stolen guitars are a Gibson ES 345TDA and a Gibson USA LP Traditional. Stewart said the occasional theft is part of working in the retail trade, but said this one was not a "regular occurrence." Long and McQuade is a chain of about 60 stores across Canada. Anyone with information is asked to call the 3 District Criminal Investigation Bureau at 905-825-4747, ext. 2313 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.