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William James Walker is wanted for the theft of a trailer filled with rock relics — which were intended to be sold for charity last month, according to police. The trailer disappeared from the parking lot of a Days Inn hotel in Orange Park on April 9, just one day before the items inside were set to be auctioned off at a cancer benefit.

The Jimmie Van Zant Cancer Benefit in Middleburg was set to honor late musician Jimmie Van Zant — a cousin of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Donnie, Johnny and Ronnie Van Zant — who died of liver cancer in 2016.

William James Walker Age

William James Walker is 38 years old.

William James Walker wanted for stealing a trove of Lynyrd Skynyrd memorabilia

The stolen items included irreplaceable mementos from the Southern rock band, as well as a 1957 Les Paul guitar signed by musicians Gregg Allman, Brian Howe, Butch Trucks, and others, organizers said. We have guitars that are signed by a lot of the band members. A lot of them aren’t even alive anymore,” organizer Joey Willut told local outlet News4Jax. “It’s stuff that can’t be replaced.”

The Orange Park Police Department on Friday said it had obtained an arrest warrant for Walker, charging him with felony grand theft. The suspect is believed to be homeless and is known to frequent hotels in the Jacksonville area, according to cops. He has a tattoo of “praying hands” on his forearm and a spider inked on his shoulder.

Orange Park Police Detectives have obtained an arrest warrant for 38-year-old William for Grand Theft. Walker is believed to be responsible for the theft of a trailer from the Days Inn back on 4/9/21. The trailer contained a significant amount of Lynyrd Skynyrd memorabilia that was intended to be sold to benefit a cancer charity. Walker is known to live transiently, frequenting different hotels in the Jacksonville area. Walker has “praying hands” tattooed on his forearm and a spider tattooed on his shoulder. If you have any information that may help us bring Walker to justice, please call us at 904-264-5555 or contact First Coast Crime Stoppers at 1-866-845-TIPS (8477).