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Willie Nelson's toy armadillo that was stolen after a show has been returned.
"Ol' Dillo is on his way home! Thank you to all our friends and family for helping track him down. Thank you Capital theater for having an amazing staff and hunting down clues. Less of the week: Only cowards steal from another person, don't be a coward!"
Ol' Dillo was returned to the Capital Theater in Port Chester, N.Y. in a box by a different woman.
As previously reported, the singer's armadillo was stolen off the stage at the Capital. Videos caught a woman walking around the stage and grabbing the armadillo underneath everyone's nose.
The stuffed toy belongs to a member of Nelson's crew, monitor engineer Aaron Foye.
The AP notes that Texas Roadhouse had offered a $1,000 gift card for any information that lead to the return of Ol' Dillo.
The Associated Press is also reporting that the country singer has had to cancel several upcoming shows after suffering a shoulder injury.
He expects to resume touring in time for his Oct. 15 Louisville, Ky. show.
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