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On Dec. 27, the “West Coast” artist shared a message via Twitter pleading with whoever stole her “family mementos” to return the items back “for a no questions asked reward.”
“Hoping everyone had a great holiday — wanted to make a quick announcement. This week, family mementos including my sisters entire retrospective were taken,” she wrote in a Notes app screenshot posted to Twitter.
The 34-year-old singer was referring to photos taken by Chuck Grant, her younger sister who is a professional photographer.
In the post, Del Rey said she wanted the items back “no questions asked.”
“I’d love to encourage whoever took it to please consider sending any of the scans of her previous work back to us for a no questions asked reward,” she wrote. “The work we lost can’t be reproduced and exists nowhere but where it was. Thanks so much[,] Lana.”
Of course, most of the “Doin’ Time” singer’s fans responded in kind.
“Tell us the suspects we’ll handle the rest,” Twitter user @marianojpg wrote.
Others similarly responded with memes.
Twitter user @Squidwrd_Stan posted a meme of Kris Jenner saying “This is a case for the FBI.”
“Who stole it ?” Twitter user @b0rntodix wrote, along with a meme of Del Rey herself holding a gun up to the camera.
tell us the suspects we’ll handle the rest pic.twitter.com/3hDisrL7pj— Mariano (@marianojpg) December 27, 2019
whoever did it, turn on your location, I just wanna talk— leah 📽 (@crimsonsnclover) December 27, 2019
WHO DID ITTTT pic.twitter.com/MXcWIbvSUJ— adi (@adeleoutdid) December 27, 2019
who stole it ? pic.twitter.com/IJcMdrrd9z— gustavo (@b0rntodix) December 27, 2019
According to MSN, Grant has photographed her sister various times and her work has been used to promote each of Del Rey’s albums.
Del Rey hasn’t publicly commented on whether the items were returned.
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Alexandra Samuels is a political reporter at the Texas Tribune and contributor to the Daily Dot, where she started as an intern covering politics in the summer of 2016. She enjoys Marvel movies, baking, and reading murder-mystery novels.