Green Day Front Man's Beloved Car Recovered After Theft

COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) — Inexperienced Day entrance man Billie Joe Armstrong will not need to stroll that Boulevard of Damaged Goals anymore. His beloved classic automobile has been discovered.

Thieves made off final weekend with Armstrong’s pearl white-finish 1962 Chevy II Nova in Costa Mesa, south of Los Angeles. Appearing on ideas, authorities discovered it deserted Tuesday evening in El Modena, an unincorporated Orange County space about 10 miles away, police mentioned.

No arrests have been made.

Armstrong was overjoyed on the restoration of the automobile, which he’d owned for almost three a long time.

“Pleasure trip? Perhaps.. who is aware of. We stay in determined instances,” Armstrong wrote in an Instagram put up Wednesday. “Thank God it’s multi function piece. No harm. Thanks, thanks to everybody that looked for my Chevy.”

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The automobile was taken in entrance of a enterprise between Friday night and Saturday morning, authorities mentioned.

On Sunday, Armstrong launched a YouTube video thanking everybody for sharing his tweet asking for assist in discovering the automobile. He additionally had a message for the thieves.

“To the folks that stole it, the one factor is, like, I don’t need anybody to go to jail. That sucks, ,” Armstrong mentioned. “Simply drop it off. Or, , and if you happen to do get caught, I’ll bail you out. I simply need my automobile again.”

Nevertheless, two electrical guitars and an amplifier that had been within the automobile are nonetheless lacking. They’re a burnt-orange Aria Professional II V, a champagne-color Roland GR-707 guitar/synth controller and a Fender Tremendous Bassman amp head, the Orange County Register reported.

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