Recording artist Willie Nelson performs during the opening night of The Smith Center for the Performing Arts on March 10, 2012 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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A legendary country singer has the blues.
Willie Nelson's lucky mascot, a stuffed armadillo, was stolen during a concert this month.
Surveillance video at the Capitol Theater in Port Chester, N.Y., shows a woman wandering onto the stage as it's being dismantled.
Video shows the woman looking around, exiting the stage, even talks to a security guard while holding the armadillo behind her.
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On Nelson's Facebook page, he asked fans to "help us find the woman in this video who stole him."
"Ol Dillo" as the armadillo is known, was given to the singer a few years ago, and the band adopted him as a mascot.
Combing through surveillance video and tracking ticket purchasers, the theater says there is a suspect.
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