The director of the Colorado Music Hall of Fame continues to make appeals for the return of the missing John Denver bust. G. Brown tells “The Los Angeles Times” the 20-pound bronze statue belongs to the late singer’s family, and not the property of the Hall. Brown adds that the bust “can’t have any value relative to the person who stole it like it does to the family, the estate and the Colorado Music Hall of Fame,” and says they “just want it back, no questions asked.”

Investigation Continue Regarding Missing John Denver Bus
The bust disappeared during the Saints and Sinners Halloween Ball, a radio station sponsored event that took place at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield, Colorado last Tuesday. Broomfield police spokeswoman Joleen Reefe tells the “Broomfield Enterprise” police began investigating after learning from a concertgoer that the bust was missing. The statue had been on display at the venue since 2011, when John Denver became the first person inducted into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame.