Lenny Kravitz is calling on his fans to help find a precious pair of sunglasses after they went missing following a performance in Los Angeles.
The "Low" singer took to social media on Monday, pleading for help in searching for the beloved shades:
"I’m missing this pair of sunglasses after my show in LA at the Shrine this weekend. They are incredibly sentimental to me, they are vintage and they belonged to a family member."
He added that he's hoping to get them back, and even mentioned there would be "no questions asked," hinting that he's not looking to press any charges if someone knowingly swiped his glasses for a keepsake.
Sunglasses are a pretty big part of Kravitz's rocker look, and he's never photographed without the optical accessory.
The frames in question have been seen before, most recently when he walked the red carpet in August during the MTV VMAs.
It's unclear if Kravitz is offering up a reward for the sunglasses, but he's already set up an email account for anyone willing to share information -- email@example.com.
Fans of Kravitz immediately pleaded with the public to return the glasses, or for anyone with information to immediately get in contact with the star.
"Do the right thing whoever you are," one fan wrote, as another pleaded, "Give Lenny his glasses back please!!!"
One loyal made it clear their karma would be at risk if they kept the allegedly pilfered frames:
"Who ever has them hear this: Lenny has brought so much love and positivity to this world with his gift. DO THE RIGHT THING! It’s REQUIRED based upon the law of KARMA. It won’t be good for your personal life story to keep what is not yours after being asked to return them."
As of now, the sunglasses remain at large.