Friday, May 18, 2012

Togiak herring spotter planes burglarized

From the Alaska State Troopers:

Location: Togiak
Type: Theft, criminal mischief
On 5/15/12 at 0600 hours, the Alaska State Troopers in Dillingham received a report in Togiak that several aircraft had been damaged and items taken from inside the aircraft. The aircraft are privately owned and are working as contracted fliers during the herring fishery. Investigation revealed that four Super Cub-type airplanes were parked at the Togiak airport and had windows damaged in an estimated amount of $1,000. Two firearms, a fuel jug and survival gear were taken from the aircraft in an estimated amount of $4,000. During the investigation, all of the stolen items were recovered except for a firearm. The investigation is still ongoing.

1 comment:

  1. Harvey Samuelsen Scholarship Winner Here!