Someone stole Billy the Kid’s gun… sort of

06/27/17 7:44 AM | by

Emilio Estevez

Emilio Estevez

So he wasn’t the real William H. Bonney, a.k.a. Billy the Kid, but Emilio Estevez played the part in the 1988 film “Young Guns” and someone stole his Glock over the weekend.

Estevez was staying at the Oceana hotel in Santa Monica, California, when he left his car with the valet to be parked. Two days later, the 55-year-old member of the Brat Pack discovered his Glock had been taken from his car, along with some ammo.

Sources say there was no sign of forced entry, but it’s unclear where the gun was located inside the vehicle or whether it was in plain view for passing criminals to see.

The incident remains under investigation and neither Estevez or Oceana management have offered comment on the event.

[ TMZ ]

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