The Flock of Seagulls have been robbed over the weekend, with more than $70,000 worth of their band equipment being stolen, according to reports.
The band, which remains popular despite being more well known for their earlier work, suffered a tough loss after their equipment was stolen as they continued on their latest tour.
As of Tuesday morning the culprits have not been caught, and the equipment remains missing.
According to Fox News, the band's van was parked outside their Comfort Inn hotel in Downey.
It has been reported that a security camera caught the robbery, showing an unidentified person climbing into the band's tour van and driving off with all the band's gear, which is estimated to be more than $70,000.
Following the incident, band frontman, Mike Score, has said that he believes the band was followed back to their hotel after they finished a gig on Saturday night.
Almost all their equipment was in the van, and the band is said to have lost various items including stage costumes, guitars, drums, and keyboards.
Most of the equipment can be replaced and the band is apparently not too distraught about that, but they have been left angered by the loss of a number of hard drives that were stored inside the van that contains important material belonging to the band. The hard drives were stolen along with everything else in the van.
Score has described that on the hard drives was his work for his first solo album, and all his other music was also stored on the devices.
The following video has been released and shows the Flock of Seagulls van being stolen with all their possessions inside.