R&B star Ryan Leslie has offered a staggering $1 million (£666,666) reward for the safe return of his stolen laptop.
The rapper/singer was touring in Germany when a thief stole the computer from his car on 23 October (10).
Leslie first offered $20,000 (£13,333) in exchange for the laptop, which stores his unreleased music.
However, after failing to be reunited with the gadget, he has increased his reward to a massive $1 million.
He announced his offer through video-sharing website YouTube.com, and followed it by writing on his Twitter.com page, "For the record, I had so many amazing music & visual projects on that MACBook that I was working on to share with u this winter."
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