Reward Offered For Return Of Camera Containing DIMEBAG Benefit Concert Photos

February 26, 2005

Following the February 23 "Dimebag" Darrell benefit show at Chicago's Aragon Ballroom, a Fuji digital camera containing over 125 photos from the event was left in a cab. The pictures were going to go up on and and had close-up shots of SOIL, DROWNING POOL, ANTHRAX, DISTURBED as well as excellent photos of Vinnie Paul (PANTERA, DAMAGEPLAN),Pat Lachman (DAMAGEPLAN),Bobzilla (DAMAGEPLAN),Paul Gray (SLIPKNOT) and many others.

Dirtbag Clothing is offering a $500 reward for the safe return of the camera and its contents. The cab went from the Aragon Ballroom (12:00 a.m.) to the Majestic Hotel and then ended up at the Roc Bar at around 12:30 a.m. The cab was WHITE and the cab # started with a 3, that's all the info available.

If you have any information, e-mail Dirtbag at [email protected]

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