Historical stolen from Grand Junction City Hall
GRAND JUNCTION, Colorado ” The city of Grand Junction is seeking the public’s help in finding some historical photos that were stolen from City Hall.
The framed collection, which hung in a main-floor hallway, was lifted sometime this week.
The city says the collection, valued at $2,000, was a composite of 13 pictures snapped by William Henry Jackson in 1891.
The pictures had been displayed at City Hall since 2003 and were on loan to the city from Ron Scribner, owner of Sentinel Printing.
Anyone with information is asked to call the city at 970-244-1507 or 970-254-3865.