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Philadelphia band’s van stolen days before first tour since start of pandemic

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PHILADELPHIA - After more than a year of waiting to get back on the road and back on stage, a Philadelphia-based band has hit another bump in the road.Days before Mo Lowda & The Humble was set to hit the road for their first tour since the start of the pandemic, their van was stolen with $2,500 worth of new merchandise inside.

The band says the 15-passenger Ford E-350 van has carried them, their instruments, and their merchandise to venues across the country for almost four years. "Our last headlining full tour was in the fall of 2019.

We waited for the world to be safe and open back up finally to be able to do our thing again," drummer Shane Woods told FOX 29.

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