Alice Cooper's Stolen Jacket Returned
Shock rocker's jacket was stolen from his archives last year.
Among the other items lost was the sculpture used on the cover of the "Hey Stoopid" album.
Most of the items have remained lost, but according to a report on the Alice Cooper website the jacket was anonymously turned in to the LAPD by a gentleman who wished to remain anonymous.
The man claimed to have found it behind a dumpster in Culver Cit. Recognising it he immediatley handed it in, declining any reward.
The jacket is now back in the hands of Alice in Phoenix, who reports that he is so thrilled he has removed the jacket from its display case, and now wears it regularly.
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