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Tom Petty offers reward for missing guitars

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Tom Petty has reportedly offered monetary reward for information about the whereabouts of five stolen guitars.

According to WENN, the 'Free Fallin'' singer has announced a $7,500 (£4,731) reward for the return of the guitars, which were stolen while Petty and his band were rehearsing for an upcoming tour.

Among the stolen instruments are a Fender Broadcaster, a 1967 Blonde Rickenbacker, and a Duesenberg which belonged to Petty collaborator Mike Campbell.

Petty, now 61, has been a musician since the late 1960s. He is best known for songs like 'Free Fallin'', 'American Girl' and 'I Won't Back Down'.

Early in the 2012 Republican nominee race, Petty warned candidate Michele Bachmann to stop using his song 'American Girl'.

He will headline the Isle of Wight Festival this year, and begins a world tour this Wednesday (April 17) in Colorado.

Watch Tom Petty's video for 'Free Fallin' below:

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