Lana Del Rey offers reward after family mementos are stolen

File photo dated 27/05/17 of Lana Del Rey, who said she will donate the proceeds from her latest single to the victims of recent mass shootings in the US.
Lana Del Rey

Lana Del Rey has offered a “no questions asked” reward after the theft of some family mementos.

The US singer, 34, posted a message on social media saying that the items taken included her sister Caroline ‘Chuck’ Grant’s “entire retrospective”.

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Grant is an artist and photographer.

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Del Rey wrote on Twitter: “Hoping everyone had a great holiday – wanted to make a quick announcement.

“This week, family mementos including my sister’s entire retrospective were taken.

“I’d love to encourage whoever took it to please consider sending any of the scans of her previous work back to us for a no questions asked reward.

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“The work we lost can’t be reproduced and exists nowhere but where it was.”

Del Rey did not offer further details about what else was taken.

The singer is currently in a relationship with Sean ‘Sticks’ Larkin, a real life policeman who serves as an analyst on reality show Live PD, hosts Live PD Presents PD CAM and appears on Live Rescue.

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The pair have been linked since earlier this year when they were pictured out for a stroll in New York’s Central Park.

After they were snapped together, Del Rey told the Los Angeles Times: “He’s a good cop. He gets it. He sees both sides of things.”

Earlier this month she stepped things up a notch by making their romance social media official, sharing a sweet picture of them cuddling, with Larkin kissing the top of her head.

Del Rey rose to fame in 2012 with the album Born To Die, which went to number one in the UK.

Her follow up album, which was entitled Ultraviolence, also topped the charts when it was released in 2014.

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