Melbourne, (ANI): Anyone who returns a stolen Abba jumpsuit, worn by Agnetha Faltskog during 1997 Australian tour, will be rewarded 10,000 dollars, Australian police has announced. The dress was stolen from Healesville shed in Melbourne last year and apparently sold in a garage sale. Paul Dainty, promoter of the AbbaWorld exhibition, wants to showcase the missing jumpsuit in Federation Square in June.
He said the missing jumpsuit would add to the extensive collection of memorabilia. "I'm very optimistic we'll be able to find it, because I've got to think that someone in Australia has got this jumpsuit," the Daily Telegraph quoted him as saying. He added: "It's a real collector's item because the ''77 tour was such a monumental tour. People still talk about it.
"I've got to think that someone's got it hidden away and is prepared to get it out for such a good reason." Agnetha, also known as Anna, had apparently given her jumpsuit, which features a purple "A" on the back, to an Ansett hostess during the 1977 tour.