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Police Recover Christian Band's Equipment

"Rush of Fools" band mates: Kevin Huguley, Jacob Chesnut, Wes Willis, JD Frazier and Jamie Sharpe "Rush of Fools" band mates: Kevin Huguley, Jacob Chesnut, Wes Willis, JD Frazier and Jamie Sharpe
The band's trailer was recovered after a viewer called authorities. The band's trailer was recovered after a viewer called authorities.

Montgomery, Al. (WSFA) -- Members of the Christian band "Rush of Fools" asked for prayer from fans after it was learned all their equipment was stolen last week.

Now, it looks as though their prayers have been answered.

After seeing coverage of the band's plight on WSFA 12 News Monday evening, someone called the Montgomery County Sheriff's office Secret Witness Line to say they knew where the shiny black cargo trailer was located.

Sure enough, Montgomery police spokesman Captain Huey Thornton says the trailer was right where it had been reported.

A search warrant was executed at the residence where the trailer was located and many items belonging to ROF were recovered.

Investigators later moved the trailer to a city lot off Ripley Street for processing.

Thornton says approximately 90% of the band's belongings were still inside.

An investigation is ongoing and no suspects have been arrested at this time.

Meanwhile the cargo trailer was returned Wednesday to the band's Product Manager, Drew Aspinwall, from whose home in the Woodmere Community it was taken last Thursday.

If you have any information that might help police find the suspect/s in this case call Crime Stoppers at 215-STOP.

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