ENDO Van And Gear Stolen

Misfortune struck ENDO, one of the rising stars of the contemporary metal scene, over this past weekend. The band were prepared to leave their home base of Miami, Florida this morning (Monday, February 11th) for regional concert dates, but found that their van, already loaded with all the group's equipment, had been robbed sometime during the night of Sunday, February 10th.

The stolen vehicle is a maroon 1999, 15-passenger Chevy van, Florida license plate # T282DT, and it was stolen from 12995 SW 188th St., Miami. The van was there at 12:30 AM Sunday night/Monday morning and was gone by 6:30 AM (February 11th).

ENDO would greatly appreciate if anyone knowing the whereabouts of the group's van or their equipment could contact 212-965-8530 or the Miami police at 305-383-6800.

All road cases have "ENDO" or "J. Eshkenazi" spray-painted on or attached with tape.


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