The Kills' tour bus found in LA

Vehicle was found abandoned in parking lot

The Kills' tour bus found in LA
The Kills missing tour bus has been found, but details are yet to emerge about what exactly happened.

A spokesperson for the band tells NME.COM that the bus was found today (October 6), abandoned in a Los Angeles parking lot. All the band's gear and belongings were still on board.

The bus and driver mysteriously disappeared last week after the driver took the vehicle to get new tyres fitted, and failed to meet up with the band in Austin, TX on their tour opening for The Raconteurs.

The band lost all their luggage in the incident, which resulted in an FBI search for the driver and the bus

As previously reported, the band are the latest acts to be announced in the Myspace Secret Show series, and will perform a free show tonight in Baltimore, MD.

--By our New York staff.
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