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Mel B offers $5,000 bounty to find who vandalised her car

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Former 'Spice Girls' member Mel B is offering a whopping 5,000 dollars reward for anyone who would help in tracking down a guy who broke into her vehicle.

The 41-year-old entertainer posted a grainy black and white CCTV footage of the incident on her Instagram handle.

"I have a 5 thousand dollar reward to anyone who no's this a**hole," she wrote alongside the video post that shows a middle-aged man taking out stuffs from the back of the car through broken glass.

"I don't care who was involved I want this guy caught. At 542am last night this scum bag did this to my car DM my husband @stephenthinks11 we will wire you the monies for turning him in,the police are investigating but I need your help NOW right on my own door step in Beverly Hills," she wrote on the site.

The British television personality also warned the car thief writing, "Neighbor by neighbor we are going to track you down the police already have a good idea who you are,but in the meantime anybody who wants to make that $5000 DM my hubby right now @stephenthinks11."

Reportedly, Mel B is back in following the season finale of 'The X Factor' in Australia.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Mel B offers $5,000 bounty to find who vandalised her car

Former 'Spice Girls' member Mel B is offering a whopping 5,000 dollars reward for anyone who would help in tracking down a guy who broke into her vehicle.The 41-year-old entertainer posted a grainy black and white CCTV footage of the incident on her Instagram handle."I have a 5 thousand dollar reward to anyone who no's this a**hole," she wrote alongside the video post that shows a middle-aged man taking out stuffs from the back of the car through broken glass."I don't care who was involved I want this guy caught. At 542am last night this scum bag did this to my car DM my husband @stephenthinks11 we will wire you the monies for turning him in,the police are investigating but I need your help NOW right on my own door step in Los Angeles Beverly Hills," she wrote on the social media site.The British television personality also warned the car thief writing, "Neighbor by neighbor we are going to track you down the police already have a good idea who you are,but in the meantime anybody who ...

Former 'Spice Girls' member Mel B is offering a whopping 5,000 dollars reward for anyone who would help in tracking down a guy who broke into her vehicle.

The 41-year-old entertainer posted a grainy black and white CCTV footage of the incident on her Instagram handle.

"I have a 5 thousand dollar reward to anyone who no's this a**hole," she wrote alongside the video post that shows a middle-aged man taking out stuffs from the back of the car through broken glass.

"I don't care who was involved I want this guy caught. At 542am last night this scum bag did this to my car DM my husband @stephenthinks11 we will wire you the monies for turning him in,the police are investigating but I need your help NOW right on my own door step in Beverly Hills," she wrote on the site.

The British television personality also warned the car thief writing, "Neighbor by neighbor we are going to track you down the police already have a good idea who you are,but in the meantime anybody who wants to make that $5000 DM my hubby right now @stephenthinks11."

Reportedly, Mel B is back in following the season finale of 'The X Factor' in Australia.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Mel B offers $5,000 bounty to find who vandalised her car

Former 'Spice Girls' member Mel B is offering a whopping 5,000 dollars reward for anyone who would help in tracking down a guy who broke into her vehicle.

The 41-year-old entertainer posted a grainy black and white CCTV footage of the incident on her Instagram handle.

"I have a 5 thousand dollar reward to anyone who no's this a**hole," she wrote alongside the video post that shows a middle-aged man taking out stuffs from the back of the car through broken glass.

"I don't care who was involved I want this guy caught. At 542am last night this scum bag did this to my car DM my husband @stephenthinks11 we will wire you the monies for turning him in,the police are investigating but I need your help NOW right on my own door step in Beverly Hills," she wrote on the site.

The British television personality also warned the car thief writing, "Neighbor by neighbor we are going to track you down the police already have a good idea who you are,but in the meantime anybody who wants to make that $5000 DM my hubby right now @stephenthinks11."

Reportedly, Mel B is back in following the season finale of 'The X Factor' in Australia.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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