Jun 4, 2014, 9:33 PM EDT
Check Ebay, the nearest pawn shop, even local garage sales.
Or, if someone offers to sell you an authentic Rusty Wallace firesuit, call your local police deparment.
Someone, somewhere, knows where Wallace’s firesuit is.
The last firesuit the NASCAR Hall of Famer wore – earlier this year when he took part in some practice laps at Daytona International Speedway – is missing and presumed stolen.
Rusty’s son, Greg, on Wednesday posted on his Twitter account the tweet below, claiming the suit was apparently lifted from within the Team Penske headquarters in Mooresville, N.C.
“Reward for return – no questions asked,” Greg Wallace’s tweet said.
The elder Wallace, who is in his final season as a NASCAR analyst for ESPN, wore identical firesuits with the current driver of Wallace’s old No. 2 car, Brad Keselowski, during a promotion for primary sponsor Miller Lite Beer.
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