Langley believes his bag was stolen from the band’s van the morning following their UK performance in Stokes Croft, Bristol on Sept. 15. It was parked near Dean Lane skate park.
Handguns contacted the police, but nothing was seen on the surveillance footage. One of Langley’s main concerns was the engagement ring he was going to use to propose to his girlfriend.
“The bag actually had three engagement rings in it because I’m so indecisive on which one to pick, along with my wallet, credit cards, drivers license and [$1500] in cash,” Langley told BBC.
Luckily, four-year-old Bonnie Lewis told her dad she wanted to go skating at a park in the city, and found Langley’s bag fully intact.
“She said ‘look daddy, there’s a bag’,” Bonnie’s father, Darren Lewis explained. “I saw that nobody else was in the park so I had a look inside. There was a lot inside.
“I took the bag home and I saw Jacob’s wallet and his driving license. I knew they were on tour, so I phoned the Boston Music Room in London.”
Langley was obviously shocked and relieved when he heard the news and that the money and rings were still inside.
“It truly restores my faith in humanity,” he said. “I’m coming to the UK in 2020 so we’re definitely going to go and meet her and her father. I told him they’re guest-listed for life.
“I’m blown away by the kind-heartedness of the British people, it means a lot.”
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