Royals | Bust of George Brett found
A bronze bust of former Kansas City Royals third baseman George Brett was found in a roadside box, Friday, Sept. 29, after it was stolen from the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame earlier in the week, according to the Associated Press. An unidentified person found the bust inside a box in a ditch near the Lake of the Ozarks community of Camdenton, Mo., about 80 miles south of the Hall of Fame's site in Springfield. According to the sheriff's office, the box was closed with duct tape, and came with an attached note reading, "Please return to the police, stolen property." Brett's bust, valued between $10,000 and $15,000 disappeared Monday, Sept. 25 or Tuesday, Sept. 26 from outside the museum, where it was part of a "legends walkway" with about 15 other busts of Missouri athletes.
2006-09-29 21:42:04 | Source:
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