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Paul Walker Memorabilia Stolen

The theft occurred almost one year after a crash north of Los Angeles killed actor Paul Walker and a friend

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    Paul Walker Manager "Angry" About Memorabilia Theft

    A manager and friend of late actor Paul Walker says he is "angry" after seeing two thieves on surveillance video walk away with items belonging to the "Fast and Furious" star. Adrian Arambulo reports for the NBC4 News at Noon on Thursday Dec. 4, 2014. (Published Thursday, Dec. 4, 2014)

    The manager for late actor Paul Walker says two women were caught on camera stealing computers containing photos, voice mails and videos of the late action star from the manager's Hollywood office. 

    Security camera video shows two women breaking into Matt Luber's office at Sunset and Bronson avenues on Sunday at 6 a.m. It happened soon after security guards left the building, and occurred on the anniversary of the "Fast And Furious" star's death in a fiery car crash in Valencia last year.

    Every computer and hard drive was taken. Precious photos, voice mails and videos of the action star were stored on the machines.

    "Nothing can be worse than what already happened to Paul," Luber said. "But I'm angry. You feel angry, you feel violated when you see two thieves walking around with your stuff."

    Luber believes they may have been casing the location for some time, as they appeared to know how to get around the building. They seemed to know the security code, and also appeared to know when the overnight security guard finished his shift, he said.

    The surveillance video shows the women exiting an elevator, disappear down a hall into Luber's office and returning with what stolen items.

    A reward is being offered, but Luber has yet to name a sum. Luber told NBC4 he is working with a private investigator.

    Luber established a tip hotline at 866-370-2019 Ext. 100.