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Billie Joe Armstrong’s classic car, stolen last weekend, has been found “in one piece”.

The Green Day frontman previously appealed for “observations, advice or information” after his 1962 Chevrolet Nova II was stolen.

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“This car is dear to all of our hearts and has been part of the GD family for over 30 years,” he told his Instagram followers on February 5.

Posting again on Instagram last night (February 9), Armstrong confirmed that the car has now been recovered by police.

“False alarm… turns out I forgot where I parked it… FUN!” he wrote.

“The truth is whoever stole it left it parked. Joy ride? Maybe, who knows. We live in desperate times,” he added.

“Thank God it’s all in one piece. No damage. Thank you thank you to everyone who looked for my Chevy.

the Los Angeles Timedaily driver reports that the car, along with two electric guitars and an amplifier, was stolen last weekend during a commercial robbery in Costa Mesa, Calif., but was located by sheriff’s officers in El Modena on Tuesday, February 8 .

Costa Mesa police confirmed that no arrests have yet been made.

Last month, Green Day premiered a snippet of new music, apparently titled “1972.”

Prior to this, the three musicians shared a clip of themselves recording at RAK Studios in London, where “1972” once again appeared on screen. The band’s latest album, “Father of All Motherfuckers”, was released in February 2020.

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