Thu, Jun 22, 2006
ANN REALTIME REPORTING 06.22.06 1130 EDT: One of our ANN
News-Spies has alerted us to a stolen aircraft in New Smyrna Beach,
A Christen Eagle aerobatic biplane, N54CE (photos above and
below) was stolen from a T-Hangar at the New Smyrna Beach Municipal
airport (EVB) sometime between Monday evening after 9:00 pm, and
Wednesday morning at 11:45 am. According to Rhonda Walker,
Assistant Public Works Director for the city, there were no signs
of forced entry and nothing else in the hangar was disturbed.
Pilots who have their planes hangared at EVB are advised to
check that your plane is in your hangar, and to make sure the
hangar doors are secure.
If anyone has any information on the theft, they are urged to
contact Ms. Walker, orthe New Smyrna Beach Police Department,
available through the FMI links below.
(Photos used with permission of Rhonda Walker.)
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