Aug 22, 2012 7:12 PM by Siera Santos
DENVER (AP) - Board members of the Colorado Music Hall of Fame are pleading for the return of music history artifacts that were stolen, before they could be displayed at a Hall of Fame induction ceremony Sept. 8.
Colorado Music Hall of Fame director G. Brown tells The Denver Post (http://bit.ly/Ps7veN ) the items were taken over the weekend from Blue Goose Inc. in Adams County, where displays for the items were being built.
Pawn shops have been put on notice about the stolen items. The items include Warren Knight's gold record for the "American Graffiti" soundtrack and a blue plaid stage suit worn by Bob Demmon of The Astronauts.
Adams County sheriff's investigators were examining surveillance video from a nearby business for clues.
The Colorado Music Hall of Fame is housed in Broomfield.