PRONG Release More Details About Stolen Equipment, Merchandise

PRONG have released more details about the equipment that was stolen from their trailer while it was parked in a supposedly "secure" parking lot near the Trees venue in Deep Ellum/Dallas, Texas last Thursday (May 27).

Commented PRONG mainman Tommy Victor: "On the morning of May 27 we arrived at a Holiday Inn in downtown Dallas Texas for our gig that night at Trees in Deep Ellum. The parking situation was weird for our van and trailer, but we were instructed by the security guard at the hotel to check out the lot across the street. We were advised that it was safe. Our road manager, checked it out, talked to a lot attendant who showed him a spot that was supposedly under surveillance.

"When we woke after a few hours of sleep, after driving all night, we found the trailer broken into. All six of our guitars, a white Gibson SG with a 666 sticker on it, three black Schecter C-1 Ex baritone guitars, two Schecter S-1's (a black and a red) two Warwick basses (a natural finish and a black one), a kick drum with a 'Scorpio Rising' cover art front skin, in case, a floor tom, a rack including an Alesis Adat machine with four Whirlwind direct boxes, 250 assorted PRONG T-Shirts, and a box of 200 'Scorpio Rising' CDs, were stolen."

If you have any information or have seen these guitars and gear, please contact Nancy B. Sayle at (818) 848.6093 or write to [email protected]

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