When Little Big Town's trailer was stolen in Nashville, Tenn., the bandits got a little more -- or more accurately, a little less -- than they bargained for. Instead of scoring the collection of instruments and expensive musical equipment belonging to the band that they were hoping for, they made off with ... a haul of children's toys.

"To the guys that stole our trailer -- guess you thought you were getting vintage guitars and amps. Instead you got two old kid bikes, 1 scooter, a baby pool and a unicorn float," the band posted on Instagram on Thursday (Aug. 2). "Karma’s a funny thing."

The country group filed an official police report with Nashville police; however, to date, the missing trailer has not been located. Band members Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Phillip Sweet and Jimi Westbrook have four children between them, varying in age from 2-11 years. While the theft is certainly cutting into some summertime fun for the families, it's nice to know that the show can go on for the band without needing to pick up new concert equipment.

Little Big Town celebrated the opening of an exhibit in their honor at the Country Music Hall of Fame in June; they shared their most recent single, the infectious and disco-flavored "Summer Fever," that month as well. The band is currently on the road with Miranda Lambert for their co-headlining Summer 2018 Bandwagon Tour, which is scheduled to run through late August. Fans can get full ticketing details at LittleBigTown.com.

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