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Lindsay Lohan Offers Reward for Missing Laptop

January 8, 2014 (7:20 am) GMT
The 'Mean Girls' star takes to Twitter to offer reward for people who can return her laptop after it was stolen at an airport in China.
Lindsay Lohan

lost her laptop when she was in China and she wants it back. The "" actress was in the country to attend the Sohu Fashion Achievement Awards in Shanghai on Monday, January 6. The next day, she wrote on Twitter that her laptop was stolen at an airport and offered a reward for those who can return it.

According to screengrab posted by Radar Online, Lohan wrote, "It was great to be in China and I want to thank everyone for their hospitality, however someone has stolen my computer at the airport ... offering a reward for anyone who can retrieve and return it, bummer to go home without it." The Twitter posts are no longer available.

Lohan wore a black Balmain dress and matching Christian Louboutin shoes as she attended the fashion award event. The high-collared dress accentuated her slim figure. Styling her hair loose, the actress posed for some photos and later took the stage to receive an award. "Thank you so much. This is my first time in Shanghai, and what better way to be here than for this. Thank you so much... it's a wonder to be here and I hope to be here soon again," she said.

One day before attending the event, Lohan partied with some friends. She uploaded a photo of the group which apparently was drinking at a bar.



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