Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong says his classic car was stolen in Costa Mesa
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Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong is asking her fans for help.
On Saturday morning, the 49-year-old musician took to Twitter to reveal that his 1962 Chevy II had been stolen in Costa Mesa, California.
“My car was STOLEN 1962 Chevy II,” he wrote alongside several photos of the missing classic. “This car is near and dear to all of our hearts and has been part of the GD family for over 30 years. Please direct any observations, advice or information to Costa Mesa Police.”
He concluded: “Please re-post and find this car!!”
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As of Sunday afternoon, the post had been shared over 1,500 times and garnered 3,300 likes.
Representatives from the Costa Mesa Police Department did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
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The famous punk rock band has been teasing new music lately, albeit in a cryptic way.
The band shared a number of clips on Instagram featuring what appears to be new music but offers no context. However, the song “1972”, the birth year of all three band members, is featured prominently in the clips.
Just over a week ago, it was announced that Green Day would headline the Innings Festival in Tampa, Florida on March 19 alongside The Lumineers.
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Other artists scheduled for the festival include Nathaniel Rateliff and the Nightsweats, the Goo Goo Dolls, OAR, Skip Marley and many more.
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Ryan Dempster, Ozzie Smith and Gary Sheffield are among the MLB legends set to appear.
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