The plaque to commemorate the final resting place of former Queen fronter Freddie Mercury has gone missing, according to a report from The Daily Mirror.
The bronze marker, which only recently came to the attention of the British press, bears the name Farrokh Bulsara, Mercury's birth name. It also has the dates of his birth and death and an inscription signed "M," thought to be that of Mercury's ex-girlfriend and longtime friend Mary Austin.
"Avec Tout Mon Amour," the plaque also reads, translating to "Always to be close to you with all my love."
Several British press outlets published photos of the plaque after its discovery - and shortly thereafter, it was stolen. Mercury's ashes were scattered in 1991, and the location of the commemorative plaque was undisclosed at the time. No one knows where it is now.
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