Experts suspect it took several people in good condition to pull off the heist. They say moving the piano requires special tools to pull off such a heist
"You'd need a grand board, which is a couple feet wide and seven to nine feet in length, a piano moving dolly, straps, blankets, pads and then of course, tools to remove the legs and the pedals. I've never heard of a piano being stolen from a public venue, particularly a grand piano," said Kevin Rindlisbacher, Steinway Piano Gallery.
The stolen piano has a hidden serial number that can be checked if someone tried to sell it.