edIT Offering Reward for Stolen Laptop
A producer's laptop being stolen is essentially the equivalent to a band losing every single one of its instruments, and unfortunately, such a thing occurred last night in Denver to edIT. The L.A.-based producer played a show with his Glitch Mob crew, after which someone snagged the computer and disappeared.
"Say it ain't so. It was bound to happen and it has happened. My laptop has been stolen in Denver, Co. We are offering a $1500 reward to the person holding it ransom. No hard feelings. We just need the laptop back. Please just send an email to email@example.com. We will arrange for the laptop to be delivered via FedEx anonymously with cash on delivery. Please find the kindness in your heart to do the right thing."
Photo By Barbara Talia.
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