Alice Cooper Asks Fans For Help After Archive Burglary
Alice Cooper has asked his fans to help track down priceless items of memorabilia which were stolen from his storage facility in Los Angeles this week.
Thieves broke into the building which houses the Alice Cooper Archives on Tuesday and took a number of original vinyl records and a sculpture featured on the cover of the star's 1991 album Hey Stoopid.
The burglars also stole a jacket worn by the rocker during an appearance in 1992 movie Wayne's World, and a message posted on Cooper's official website asks fans to keep an eye out for anyone trying to sell the unique piece.
The message reads, "The storage facility in Los Angeles which houses the Alice Cooper Archives was broken into on March 27, along with three other storage units. A police report has been filed... With multiple units broken into, we don't believe Alice's Archives was specifically targeted."
"If anyone sees anything suspicious or hears anything about these stolen items - especially on the internet or in Los Angeles - please let us know...
"The jacket in question is in fact the John Richmond jacket, better known as the one worn in Wayne's World. It's one of a kind, and is unmistakable. If you see anyone selling it, please write to us immediately!"