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Dancehall artiste Lexxus aka Mr Lex is pleading for the return of items stolen from him on Monday night.

Items belonging to Mr Lex was stolen from a car belonging to his friend and fellow artiste Brain Damage.

According to Mr Lex, Monday night at around 11:30 p.m., he was attending a party by Q45 studios on Burlington Avenue when the incident occurred.

"I had parked the car on the intersection of Burlington Avenue and Eastwood Park Road and went to the party. When we returned, the back windows and the right windows were broken," Mr Lex told THE STAR.

Stolen from the 2006 Altezza, was the car's stereo system, cellphones, all of Mr Lex's travel documents and Mr Lex's laptop computer containing all his production work and new juggling material.

Very shaken and upset

The incident was reported to the Half-Way Tree police station, claimed a very shaken and worried Mr Lex.

"I'm so upset and worried. there was a whole heap of travel documents that I need to travel; it would be such a hassle to get them back in time to leave.

I am pleading with the public to bring back my computer and travel documents. All of my music and production is on that computer," he said.

According to Mr Lex, he is not sure if the incident was a planned attack or if he was simply a victim of a robbery.

The artiste is offering a small reward to anyone who returns his laptop and travel documents to the Half-Way Tree police station or any other police station.

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