Small Plane Stolen From Athens, TX Airport

n5141s2 Small Plane Stolen From Athens, TX Airport

Athens police say this plane was stolen from a hangar at the Athens Municipal Airport. (Photo credit Athens Police Department)

ATHENS (CBSDFW.COM) – Police in the East Texas town of Athens are looking for a stolen airplane.

The small plane, a Cessna, disappeared from a hangar at the Athens Municipal Airport  sometime between January 26 and 28.

Police say there were no signs that anyone had broken into the hangar – the plane just vanished.

The propeller-driven plane, seen above, is worth $110,000.

Police say they don’t know if somebody flew the plane away or took it some other way.

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One Comment

  1. comanchepilot says:

    How close is Roswell?

    Or more accurately . . . how close is Mexico?

    And if the aircraft is caught drug smuggling [and a 210 is the perfect single engine airplane for that] the owner always has some ‘splaining to do what with their aircraft being ‘conveniently’ stolen just in the nick of time to be caught smuggling a white powdery substance . . .

  2. WT1958 says:

    A 210 might be the perfect plane but the one in the picture is a 182.

  3. Planehook says:

    WT1958…you are spot-on!

  4. Earl Whyde says:

    WT & Planehook; Hate to tell you this, but look at the bottom of the fuselage and you can see the hole for the main gear to retract in. Comanche’s right.

  5. Earl Whyde says:

    I stand corrected. It’s a 182 retract….forgot 210’s don’t have a wing strut…Am I so embarassed 😦

  6. larry snyder says:

    Early 210’d did have struts but also a bump in the nose for the gear. You can see the rear gear holes. This is a 182 RG. Nice plane.

  7. Jean Schwarzkopf says:

    tr182/G. Police don’t know if it was flown away? Well DUH! Are these the keystone cops?

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