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|2011-02-07 - Celebrity News|
Anne Lu - Celebrity News Service Contributor
Jason Lee offers $25,000 reward for safe return of stolen Dennis Hopper picture
Los Angeles, CA, United States (CNS) -- Jason Lee is willing to shell out $25,000 reward money for the safe return of his Dennis Hopper photo. The "My Name is Earl" star is reportedly devastated over the theft of the original Polaroid picture he took of the late "Easy Rider" star.
The 40-year-old professional skateboader/actor will give the reward money to anyone who can return the 8x10 black and white photo of Hopper, no questions asked.
The picture was displayed at a gallery in Highland Park in Los Angeles, where a six-person artist collective called THIS Los Angeles had an opening of their These Friends exhibit on Saturday. It went missing after someone grabbed it from the wall.
A message on the artists' blog reads: "This is a very sentimental one of a kind piece for obvious reasons. The thief can come forward anonymously and charges won't be pressed against him."
"The piece was not for sale, it's extremely sentimental to Jason and he just wanted to share it with the art community by having it in the show."
Anyone who has information is urged to come forward by calling 323-747-5301 or emailing [email protected]
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