Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Jaime y Los Chamacos Tejano Band Reported About $150K Worth Of Instruments Stolen Including Van And Trailer in East Houston

Band members from Jaime y Los Chamacos are offering $1K reward for any information leading to the whereabouts of their musical instruments including van and trailer.

By H. Nelson Goodson
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

October 30, 2018

Houston, Texas - On Sunday, the Tejano band leader of Jaime y Los Chamacos reported on the group's official fan page in Facebook that a suspect or suspects had stolen their white van with Texas license plate # B52-6028 and trailer including musical instruments worth at least $150K from the Luby's restaurant parking lot in East Houston. The band played at the Herrera's Tejano Dance & Night Club in Channelview on Saturday and on Sunday they stopped for lunch at the Luby's restaurant and after 30 minutes, they went back to the van and noticed that it had been stolen from the parking lot.
Houston police are reviewing surveillance camera video in the area in an attempt to identify the suspects.
The band members are hoping fans can help them spot the van and they can recover their equipment to continue with their livelihood in supporting their families.

Update: Ruben Mendoza, one of the band members from Jaime DeAnda Y Los Chamacos reported on Tuesday afternoon that the stolen van and trailer were found and the music equipment and all the instruments inside the trailer were gone. The van and trailer were found abandoned near the area where they were reported stolen.

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