Thu, 14th Jun 2012
Metallica have taken part in a publicity campaign to help the FBI to catch a man wanted in the death of a student who disappeared after one of the band's concerts.
The band's frontman James Hetfield has filmed a video in which he appeals for any person with information about the case to come forward, reports Billboard.
Speaking in the video, Hetfield says: "Remember, any information - no matter how small you might think it is - could be that crucial piece investigators need to help solve the case." The video's been posted on YouTube and the FBI's website.
Local police are offering a reward of $100,000 while Metallica themselves have offered a further $50,000.