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Dec 9, 2019

More Details of Burnt Plane

On Friday morning, the remnants of a burnt twin-engine aircraft with the markings “N-five-four-six-one, were discovered west of Chan Chen Village in the Corozal District. As is customary, no one was found in the area and neither was any cargo. However, a police find included eleven small aluminium buckets, four portable rechargeable led lights and a magazine containing thirty-four live rounds of seven-point six-two ammunition.  Investigators today said they are not certain when and what time the aircraft landed on the registered airstrip which is owned by a Corozal man. A.C.P. Joseph Myvett says that the caretaker of the airstrip and hanger has not been located since the discovery of the burnt plane.


ACP Joseph Myvett, Head, National Crimes Investigation Branch

ACP Joseph Myvett

“Most of the aircraft was burnt to ashes and the remains were inspected and also several other paraphernalia were found in the area. No one was found in the immediate area. The airstrip is a registered airstrip. The entire area was searched. We are aware that there was a caretaker to the airstrip and hanger, however, he has not been found since that incident as well.”



“So he is missing? “


ACP Joseph Myvett

“Well, he has not been found. No one has reported him missing but he has not been found and several efforts have been made to locate him.”



“Anything to suspect that drugs were on board the destroyed aircraft?”


ACP Joseph Myvett

“At this point in time we cannot confirm that that was the case.”

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