By Cole Premo

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Minneapolis-based rapper Prof says everything that his team uses to make art and a living was taken when his tour van was broken into in California.

According to a Facebook post from Prof, the band’s van, “Heisenberg”, was robbed in Santa Cruz Monday. Prof says stolen items include cash, laptops, passports, a hard drive containing an unreleased music video, DJ equipment, unreleased songs, music equipment and personal belongings – totaling about $30,000 to $40,000 in losses.

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Here’s the post with video. (Warning: Strong Language)

“We are currently working on cataloging everything that was stolen, finding out what will be covered by insurance, and setting up a GoFundMe page to try and cover the rest,” Prof said.

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Prof says he now needs help from fans and hopes to continue the tour once the equipment is replaced.

The GoFundMe page was posted Tuesday. As of 3 p.m., nearly $6,000 had already been raised.

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Another Minneapolis rapper, Sims, had a similar experience in November 2016 when his tour van was broken into and more than $18,000 was stolen. A GoFundMe campaign managed to raise $19,072 in two months.