Bono's Computer, Notebooks Reported Stolen

U2 singer said to be offering reward for their return.

U2 singer Bono is offering a reward of about 2,000 Irish

pounds ($2,600) for the return of a missing bag that contains his laptop

computer and notebooks, according to Reuters. Property matching

that description was reported stolen Tuesday morning (Dec. 7) from the

Clarence Hotel in Dublin, Ireland, according to Irish police spokesperson

Noreen Harrison, although police wouldn't confirm it belonged to Bono

(born Paul Hewson). U2 own the hotel, Harrison said. The band is working

on a studio album due next year.