Dennis Hopper photo goes missing

Los Angeles: An original Polaroid photograph of late actor Dennis Hopper has been stolen from an art show.

Actor Jason Lee, who owned the photographer, is said to be devastated over the theft and has offered a USD 25,000 reward for the return of the photograph, People magazine reported online.

`The My Name Is Earl` star, 40 will give the award on the safe return of the one-of-a-kind, black-and-white photo of Hopper, who died last year.

Lee says that he will not even ask any questions if the photograph is returned as it has great sentimental value for him.

The photo was on display at a gallery in the Highland Park neighbourhood of LA, where a six-person artist collective called `This Los Angeles` was having an opening on Saturday.

After the show, someone grabbed the photo from the wall and ran out with it.