The musician sounded pretty mad on Twitter about the whole ordeal, but didn't get the police involved because he thought he might have been "getting punk'd" and didn't "want to waste tax dollars on pranks."
Then this creepy video hit the web, in which a masked YouTube user takes credit for the theft!
We would think that might persuade the Black Eyed Pea to call the cops, but nope!
Luckily, his patience paid off. Ryan Friedlinghaus, the founder and CEO of The World Famous West Coast Customs, has apparently found the $700,000 vehicle and tweeted to Will: