Items stolen from Slipknot bassist Paul Gray’s grave

LONDON - MAY 23:  Paul Grey of Slipknot signs copies of the new album 'Vol 3: The Subliminal Verses' at Virgin Megastore, Oxford Street on May 23, 2004 in London.  (Photo by Jo Hale/Getty Images)

Last week items that were left on Slipknot bassist Paul Gray’s grave were taken.

The band want whoever took the items to return them, “no questions asked” or for anyone with any information to come forward.

In a statement on their official website, the band wrote: “In a very upsetting turn of events we have learned that some gifts left for Paul at his grave site have been stolen.”

“There were statues of a gargoyle as well as a Buddah that were placed at Paul’s grave by his friends and family that were taken.”

“We ask that whoever did this please return the items no questions asked. If anyone has any information about the stolen items please let us know by posting in the comments. Thank you for your continued support in this trying time.”

Paul, 38, was found dead in a hotel room on 25th May this year. Autopsy results showed that Paul died of an accidental overdose of morphine and fentanyl.