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AVIATION CRIME PREVENTION INSTITUTE.INC
 
28 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE AVIATION INDUSTRY 1986 - 2014

This site updated 08/17/2014

Serving the Aviation Industry since 1986
P.O. BOX 730118
Ormond Beach, FL 32173 USA

Phone 1-386-843-ACPI (2274) Toll Free 1-800-969-5473

E-MAIL: ACPIUSA@aol.com

MISSION STATEMENT:

ACPI is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to the elimination of aviation-related crime through:

                1. EDUCATION of the aviation industry worldwide in security awareness, theft prevention and methods.

                      2. COOPERATION between the Aviation Industry and Law Enforcement Agencies to provide information on theft or suspicious activity.

                              3. COMMUNICATION of information and security procedures to all involved.

 

ACPI is supported by grants and donations from the aviation industry and flying public.

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It is with great sadness we report the loss of a dear supporter and friend of ACPI.

In Memory of Al Orgain


Al Orgain. IV, of Manakin-Sabot, Va., died Friday morning, June 27, 2014. He is survived by his wife, Jacquelyn Norman Orgain; his son, Albert Marcellus Orgain V and his wife, Elizabeth Saxman Orgain; his son, Frazer Macon Orgain and his wife, Corbin Adamson Orgain; his grandsons, Peter Bland Orgain, John Stuart Orgain, Gatewood Harrison Orgain; and his granddaughter, Ann Darnley Orgain.A member of the Sands, Anderson, Marks and Miller law firm for 43 years, he served as the leader of Coverage and Casualty Litigation Group for over twenty of those years. As a specialist in aviation litigation, he earned many honors over the course of his career to include selection to the "Best Lawyers in America" list for the last six years and "Virginia Super Lawyers" for the last seven years.




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SPECIAL LYCOMING MANDATORY SERVICE BULLETIN October 4, 2012

Service Bulletin No. 533B (supersedes 533A)

This refers to All Lycoming direct drive reciprocating aircraft engines

Must comply BEFORE FURTHER FLIGHT

Part involved is the Propeller.


link to: ACPI Members Page (click on)


link to: Security Training and Devices (click on)

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 INSURANCE COMPANY SALVAGE SITES

The Aviation Crime Prevention Institute, Inc., cooperating with insurance company members is now posting notices for sealed bids that will be accepted for wrecked or damaged aircraft. If you are interested in preparing and submitting a sealed bid on any of these aircraft, please contact the respective insurance company direct AND NOT the Aviation Crime Prevention Institute, Inc. Use the following links to contact the Insurance Salvage Sites.

 

Chartis Aerospace

GLOBAL AEROSPACE

USAIG

Phoenix Aviation Managers, Inc.

Starr Adjusting Services

Sample International Aviation


INDUSTRY ALERT UPDATE: 

7/26/12

A large number of Bose Headsets were stolen from Gaithersburg, MD.

If anyone is offered one or more Bose headsets at a really bargain price, please contact ACPI.

 If you can get serial numbers, we can run the number against the stolen data base. Contact: ACPI 800-969-5473 or email: acpiusa@aol.com

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5/1/12

A number of Garmin Portable GPS units were stolen early in 2012. If you are offered a great deal on one or see 12 units for sale, please contact ACPI. If you can get serial numbers, we can run the number against the stolen data base. Contact: ACPI 800-969-5473 or email: acpiusa@aol.com

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CAUTION NOTICE: FLYING TO MEXICO 

Flying Cessna Single Engine Aircraft to Mexican Locations Should Be Taken With Extreme Caution.

Use of Prop Locks and Other Security Devices Is Highly Recommended.

 THE THIEVES ARE FINDING WAYS TO DEFEAT SECURITY DEVICES AND PROP LOCKS.

Baja Locations Fall In The "Highest Threat" Area. 

There are indications that popular airports have persons working with the thieves who alert them when a preferred plane arrives.

 

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RECENT AIRCRAFT THEFTS


02/24/2014 Zenith CH 750, N750RD, SN75-8703, date of discovery August 22,2013 from Zephyrhills Fl. A $2500.00 Reward is offered for the intact return of the this aircraft by AIG

**FOUND**01/07/2014 1978 Cessna 172 ,N5993E, SN: 17271981 was reported stolen 12/16-27/13 from Lubbock Texas. A 5$000.00 reward is offered for the intact return of this aircraft by AIG

04/30/13   1980 Piper Pa34-200T, N8214V, sn: 34-8070219 was reported stolen on 12/07/12 from Nassau, Bahamas. A $5,000 reward is offered for the intact return of this aircraft by Chartis Insurance.

11/27/12 1968 Cessna T210H, Reg: N2205R sn: T219-0355 has been reported stolen out of Cananea, Sonora, Mexico (XCNA) The aircraft is white with blue strips, blue wing tips, large registration numbers and a black prop.

12/3/10 A 1979 Cessna 182, Registraton number N96795, sn: 182-66855, was reported as stolen on or around 11/27/2010 from Marana Airport in Tuscon, AZ

10/27/10 A 1964 Cessna 150, Registration number N43ED, sn: 150-60306, was reported as stolen on or around 9/18/2010 from Hornell Municipal AIrport, Hornell NY.

6/10/10 A '72 Cessna 210, N210HA, sn: 210-59768 was reported stolen from San Francisquitos, Baja Mexico.

5/22/10 A '76 Cessna 210, N2611S, sn: 210-61339 was reported stolen from Punta Chivato, Baja Mexico on 3/30.

1/7/10 A 1972 Cessna 150, N211DA, SN: 15073829 was reported stolen from Tamiami, FL.

12/20/09 A 1979 Cessna T210N, N6954N, S/N: 21063164 was last seen at Bajia Asuncion, Baja California, Mexico on 12/19/09

9/26/09 A 2005 Cessna T182T, N2183P was reported stolen at 5:45 am from Bonners Ferry, ID. It was found crashed in Washington State. No one aboard. Cancel this alert.

7/6/09 A Cessna 182N Skylane was stolen from Baja, Mexico.  The aircraft had a prop lock and also a throttle lock installed, however the thieves were able to breach these security devices. 

3/31/09 A Cessna 210 was stolen from Arizona.

2/8/09: A Cessna 182RG was stolen from Baja Mexico. The aircraft had Medeco locks and also a throttle lock however the thieves were able to breach these security devices.

7/1/08 A Cessna 206 was stolen from Mexico on June 12, the third Cessna 206 stolen in Mexico in 2008.

6/12/08 A Cessna 206 stolen while tied down at Los Cabos on the tip of Baja.

4/14: A Cessna 206 stolen at gunpoint El Gallito Airport, operated by the Hotel Serenidad in Muldge, Mexico.   


STOLEN AIRCRAFT NOTICES AND REWARDS BELOW STATISTICS

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COMPLETE STATISTICS SINCE 1990

 
Yr.     Thefts  Value    Burg's total pieces, value

(Reading the stats in plain English: In 2010, there were 6 aircraft stolen worth $310,000. There were 34 aircraft burglarized totaling 63 stolen items worth $163,000)  

 
 
                       2013: 1 a/c stolen worth $240,000;   10 burglary's;  totaling 21 items worth $126,000
                    
                        2012: 2 a/c stolen worth $210,000; 35 burglary's; totaling 66 items worth $230,000 
         
            2011:   1 a/c stolen, worth  $16,000       24 burglaries totaling  48 items worth  $240,00
 
        2010:  6 a/c stolen, worth $310,000;   34 burglaries totaling 63 items worth  $163,000
 
        2009:  7 a/c stolen worth  $150,000,    34 burglaries totaling 97 items worth  $312,500
 
          2008:  5 a/c stolen worth  $650,000,   26 burglaries totaling  153 items worth $419,000
 
        2007:  3 a/c stolen, worth $200,000     43 burglaries totaling 135 items worth $492,000
 
       2006: 8  $824,000     63 149 $383,500

     2005: 11 $950,000   63 143 $429,000

    2004: 11 $1,1M       88 229 $687,000

  2003: 6 $647,000 52 123 $369,500

    2002: 13 $270,000 75 170 $425,000

    2001: 15 $852,000 81 201 $502,500

    2000: 11 $155,000 91 207 $512,500

        1999: 20 $1,807,000 113 273 $682,500

    1998: 21 $1,614,000 114 459 $1.14M

       1997: 44 $2,894,000 117 397 $992,000

      1996: 24 $6,812,000 119 498 $1.245M

    1995: 36 $3,513,000 132 419 $1.04M

    1994: 35 $6,977,000 126 444 $1.11M 

1993: 36 $729,000 167 511 $1.27M

   1992: 41 $2,393,000 174 525 $1.31M

   1991: 56 $4,925,000 196 542 $1.35M
      1990: 41 $4,290,000 217 661 $1.652M


Stolen Aircraft Alerts
(For a complete data base of stolen aircraft, contact ACPI)
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$2,500.00 Reward

FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE INTACT RETURN OF THE FOLLOWING AIRCRAFT

ZENITH CH 750

N750RD

STOLEN FROM ZEPHYRHILLS, FLORIDA

DATE OF DISCOVERY: AUGUST 22, 2014

SERIAL NUMBER: 75-8703

GREEN PRIMER AND BARE ALUMINUM

ENGINE: LYCOMING IO 233

SENSENICH PROP

 

IF SIGHTED NOTIFY LOCAL POLICE & AIG CHRIS RUNNELS (678-320-1244)

Chris.Runnels@aig.com

ACPI 800-969-5473 - ACPIUSA@AOL.COM

N NUMBER MAY HAVE BEEN CHANGED

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$5,000 Reward

04/30/13   1980 Piper Pa34-200T, N8214V, sn: 34-8070219 was reported stolen on 12/07/12 from Nassau, Bahamas. A Aircraft is white with red stripes, gray interior, Engine s/n: 312431 & 311439; prop s/n EB-6152B & EB-6128B

Collins Avionics installed.$5,000 reward is offered for the intact return of this aircraft by Chartis Insurance.

Contact Sample International Aviation, 386-677-7504 avclaims1@gmail.com

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$2,500 Reward
1968 Cessna T210H, Reg: N2205R sn: T219-0355 has been reported stolen out of Cananea, Sonora, Mexico (XCNA)
The aircraft is white with blue strips, blue wing tips, large registration numbers and a black prop.
Contact:
Erik Janas,  Chartis Aerospace
602-468-8725
ErikJanas@Chartisinsurance.com
 
 
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$2,500 Reward
 
Offered by AVEMCO Insurance the intact return of
A '79 Piper PA-18-150, sn: 18-7909037, stolen on 12/28/11 from Twin Falls, ID
 Colors are yellow with blue stripe, small registration numbers, oversided main tires and tail wheel. It has a blue handled axe attached to the left main gear.
 
Contact: Michelle Brown, Aviation Light Services
Scottsdale, AZ
480-585-8265
 
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$5,000 Reward
 
Offered by Chartis Aerospace for the intact return of
 
A 1979 Cessna 182, Registration number N96795, sn: 182-66855, stolen on or around 11/27/2010 from Marana Airport, Tuscon, AZ
 Colors are typical Cessna white with red and black markings. There are vortex generators beneath the wings, the horizontal stabilizers and on the vertical stabilizer.- oneVG is missing on the right horizontal stab. There is a small Alaska flag decal on both sides of the tail, possibly an old customs decal on the right rear side window.

Aircraft has large registration numbers on side of plane and small registration numbers on vertical stab. Alaska flag decal on each side of vertical stab.

Photo upon request to ACPI at acpiusa@aol.com

Anyone having informtion regarding this theft should contact:

Seth Magid

Chartis Aerospace

Phoenix, AZ

602-468-8726

email: christopher.meabon@chartisinsurance.com


$2,500 Reward
 
Offered by Chartis Aerospace for the intact return of
 
A 1964 Cessna 150, Registration number N43ED, sn: 150-60306, stolen on or around 9/18/2010 from Hornell Municipal AIrport, Hornell NY
 
Aircraft is overall white with bright red striping from spinner down side of plane in two stripes. Red wing tips and top of vertical stab is red. No wheel pants. Registration number in small letters on vertical stab.

GPSmap 295 mounted on left seat control yoke.

Photo upon request to ACPI at acpiusa@aol.com

Anyone having informtion regarding this theft should contact:

Scott McGinnis

Claims Specialist, Chartis Aerospace NYC Branch

646-857-1843

or Contact ACPI 800-969-5473


$2,500 Reward
 
Offered by Chartis Aerospace for the intact return of
 
1972 CESSNA, N210HA, sn: 210-59768 
 
Aircraft is upper white with dark blue lower, large Registration Numbers.
It has a "glass cockpit".. Garmin G500, GNS 530, GNS 430, 340 Audiopanel.
 
For Details, Contact:
 
Natsuno Wolfe
 
CHARTIS AEROSPACE
 
Los Angeles, CA

Phone: 213-689-2735 natsuno.wolfe@chartisinsurance.com

Or contact ACPI


  
$2,500 Reward
 
Is offered by CHARTIS AEROSPACE for the intact return of a 
 
1972 Cessna 150, N211DA
 
SN: 15073829. 
 
The Aircraft was last seen 12/20/09 tied out at Tamiami (TMB) Florida. 
 
Aircraft is upper blue with lower body in white with wheel pants.
Spinner is white and tail is blue/white striped. 
It has large white registration numbers on the solid blue upper body.
 
This aircraft had three flat tires and may have been trucked away from the airport
or possibly hidden somewhere on Tamiami Airport.
 
A photo is available upon request.
 
This is the first aircraft reported stolen in the new year.
 
Contact:
 
Erik Janas
 
CHARTIS AEROSPACE
 
7047 E. Greenway Parkway, Suite 350, Scottsdale, AZ 85254 

Phone: 602-468-8725, Erik.Janas@chartisinsurance.com

Or contact ACPI


12/24/09

$5,000 REWARD
 
is offered by USAIG. for the intact return of the following aircraft
 
A 1979 Cessna T210N, N6954N, sn: 210-63164
 
was last seen at Bajia Asuncion, Baja California, Mexico on 12/19/09.
 
No details of the description of the plane is yet available. More when it is received.
 
This is the 7th aircraft theft report received in 2009 and the third stolen from Mexico in '09.
 
Contact:
Diana R. Serchia, Claims Assistant
US Aviation Underwriters, Inc., San Francisco, CA

415-788-6300 Phone
415-788-0917 Fax
 
Email: DSerchi@usau.com
 
 
 or contact ACPI
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
7/10/09

$5,000 REWARD

is offered by USAIG. for the intact return of the following aircraft.

A 1970 Cessna 182N Skylane, N92909, sn: 182-60425

ACPI reports this aircraft was stolen on 7/5/2009 while tied down Bahia De Los Angeles airport.

Airport is on the east side of the Baja Peninsula

This aircraft was tied down and had both a throttle lock and a propeller lock installed. 
 
The plane has recently new paint in overall white with blue and gray accent stripes.
 
It has large U.S. registration N-numbers in blue. All three wheelpants are white with the same blue and gray accent stripes.
 
The tail has a decal with two cartoon people running with a yellow dog and the caption "Life is Good".
 
The interior has gray carpet. The seats and side panels are in medium and light gray leather.
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The aircraft had a prop lock and also a throttle lock installed,  however the thieves were able to breach these security devices.

Photos available by request. Contact acpiusa@aol.com

USAIG contact is:

Rob Cheek,
Vice President/Claims Manager
United States Aviation Underwriters, Inc.
550 S. Hope Street, Suite 710
@os Angeles, CA 90071
Ph: 213.236.1770   Fx: 213.236.1790
Cell: 626.253.0585
Email: rcheek@usau.com 

Or

Contact: ACPI, 800-969-5473, (386) 341-7270, acpiusa@aol.com


2/8/09

$5,000 REWARD

is offered by USAIG. for the intact return of the following aircraft.

A 1980 Cessna R182RG II, N5168S, sn: R182-01512

ACPI reports this aircraft was stolen on 2/3/2009 while tied down Bahia De Los Angeles airport.

Airport is on the Baja Peninsula

The plane is White with Blue & Gray stripes, Blue tail and upper cowl. Blue prop cone. It has large registration numbers.

The aircraft had Medeco locks and also a throttle lock,  however the thieves were able to breach these security devices.

Photos available by request. Contact acpiusa@aol.com

USAIG contact is:

Cully White,
Claims Representative

Los Angeles, CA 90071


Tel: (213) 236-1770  Fax: (213) 236-1790
Cell: (818) 288-4882
Or

Contact: ACPI, 800-969-5473, acpiusa@aol.com


 
7/1/08

$5,000 REWARD

is offered by CHARTIS AEROSPACE for the intact return of the following aircraft.

A 1976 Cessna 206, N8276Q, U20603137

ACPI reports this aircraft was stolen on 6/12/08 while tied down on the ramp at Los Cabos airport.

Los Cabos is just east of Cabo San Lucas on the sourthern tip of the Baja Peninsula

The plane is White with Blue & Gray stripes. It has large registration number, wheel pants and a three blade black prop.

Photos available by request. Contact acpiusa@aol.com

Chartis Aerospace Contact:

Seth Magid

Assistant Branch Manager

CHARTIS AEROSPACE. Scottsdale, AZ 85254

Phone:602-468-8726

Contact: ACPI, 800-969-5473, acpiusa@aol.com


4/14/08

ARMED THEFT FROM MEXICO

$5,000 REWARD

is offered by CHARTIS AEROSPACE for the intact return of the following aircraft.

1978 Cessna TU206G, U.S. registration N756RM, SN: U206-04296

ACPI reports a armed theft of this aircraft on Monday morning April 14th, 2008.

The theft occurred at El Gallito Airport, operated by the Hotel Serenidad in Muldge, Mexico.

This city is on the Gulf of California about halfway down the Baja Peninsula.

The aircraft was loaded with the owner, passenger and baggage at the departure end of the runway ready to takeoff.

It was then surrounded by six armed men.

The hijackers forced the people off the plane and boarded.

It took off eastbound.

The aircraft is White with tan stripes. No other details are available at this time.

There was another theft from this airport in December of 2006.

Contact:

Seth Magid,
 
Assistant Branch Manager

CHARTIS AEROSPACE, Scottsdale, AZ 85254

Phone:602-468-8726

Or

Contact: ACPI, 800-969-5473, acpiusa@aol.com


 
1/18/2008
 
STOLEN AIRCRAFT ALERT FROM ARIZONA
 
 A $5,000 Reward
is being offered by Global Aerospace, Inc for information leading to the intact return of this aircraft to the United States and it's rightful owner.
 
1978 Cessna 182Q,
N759VA, sn: 182-66283. 
 
This aircraft was reported stolen on
 January 9th. from Casa Grande, AZ
 
Aircraft is white with two powder blue stripes running along the fuselage, small registration numbers, white wheel pants and a gray interior.
 
 It has Garmin avionics.
Theft reported to the Casa Grande, AZ Police Department
Case No. 08000285
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 Contact:
 
Contact: Rex Thomtson, 602-680-8645 in Arizona.!3C/FONT><)2FDIV>
 
or:

Brandie Campbell,  Phone (913) 451-9660

bcampbell@global-aero.com

Or ACPI 800-969-5473.


1/15/2008
 
STOLEN AIRCRAFT ALERT FROM MEXICO
 
 A $5,000 Reward
is being offered by Global Aerospace, Inc for information leading to the intact return of this aircraft to the United States and it's rightful owner.
 
1981 Cessna U206G,
N6188Z, U206-06182. 
 
This aircraft was reported stolen on
 January 12th, 2008 from Ensenada, Mexico.
Aircraft has Large US Registration Numbers 
 Contact:

Herman A. "Woody" Loepp,  (913) 451-9660, (913) 744-0095 -- Cell

hloepp@global-aero.com Claim number: HP-623108

Or ACPI 800-969-5473.


10/23/07
$10,000 REWARD
will be paid by CHARTIS AEROSPACE for the intact return of the following....

 2003 AMD Alarus

Registration #:  N652AM

Serial #: 20-1022

Color: White with Blue and Yellow Stripes

 

Location of theft: American Falls Airport U01 in American Falls, Idaho.

Last Scene: Around 10/05/07 to 10/12/07

Contact:

SETH MAGID

Assistant Branch Manager

CHARTIS AEROSPACE

7047 E. Greenway Parkway, Suite 350

Scottsdale, AZ 85214

Phone: 602-468-8726

 or

ACPI 800-969-5473


 5/1/07
 
$5,000 REWARD
 
A 2001 Cessna 182 Turbo, N35347, sn: T18208045
 was reported stolen on or about 5/1/07from Falcon Field in Airzona.
 
The aircraft owned by STUART AIRCRAFT LLC of Phoenix,
has large registration numbers and is White with two blue striped.
It has a speed faring on the nosewheel pant.
 
The aircraft is insured by AIG Aviation and a
$5,000 Reward is offered for the intact return of this aircraft.
 
Please contact:
Doug Bland, Poenix Aviation Managers, Inc.
805-496-7181
 

11/15/06
 
A $10,000 REWARD
 
is being offered for the intact return of a armed theft of a
 
1978 CESSNA 207A, N207BD, sn: 207-00425
 
 
Aircraft was stolen at gunpoint at an airport just outside of La Paz, Baja California
 
Aircraft is reported blue and white with a gold stripe. Aircraft apparently has many after market security features, however since the insured was preflighting the aircraft at the time of the theft, they were all unarmed.

Reported Incident: On November 2, 2006 at around 14:50 hours, three individuals, representing to be two watchmen of Echo Services and the pilot of the aircraft, approached the airport security guards. When the three individuals were allowed clearance to the airport facilities, they burst in, aiming at the people who were there reportedly taking hostage the security guards. One of the suspects approached the insured that was reportedly preflighting the aircraft to fly to San Jose and/or Cabo, South Baja California. The suspect took the keys of the aircraft from the insured, loaded the two other suspects in the aircraft, and immediately departed the airport in the aircraft with their course unknown.

Contact:

Eric Rank

CHARTIS AEROSPACE

Scottsdale, AZ 85254    Intl. Phone: 011- 404-249-1272

Eric.Rank@chartisinsurance.com

Or ACPI, intl. Phone: 011-386-341-7270, US 800-969-5473

acpiusa@aol.com

 

 
12/6/06
 
$10,000 REWARD
offered by USAIG for the safe return of a
 
1978 Cessna T210M Centurion II
 
N6991B, sn:  21062866

 
This aircraft was reported stolen on 11/13/06 about 0600 hrs. from El Gallito, Mexico.
 
UPDATE: The aircraft has original Cessna paint that is white with orange and red trim.  The most distinguishing part of the aircraft is the prop.  It is a 4 bladed white prop with stainless steel leading edges
 
For information or to report location, contact:
 
Robert Houck, USAIG Dallas, TX (email: mmills@usau.com)
 
Intl: 011- 972-239-7300, US: 972-239-7300
 
or ACPI Intl: 011-386-341-7270, US 800-969-5473


5/31/06
 
Information Update on Stolen Cessna 206 N9168M
 
$5,000 REWARD
 
offered by CTC Services/LAD (Aviation) Inc
for the intact return of a
 
1970 Cessna TU-206E, N9168M, sn: U206-01568 
 
Stolen from Hillsboro, TX (Identifier is INJ) May 24-2006 after 10:30 PM.
 
Aircraft stolen from locked hangar, other hangars hit too. All locks are missing. Also missing from N9168M hangar is a box of older avionics and a aircraft towbar.
 
Aircraft may have been used to transport stolen avionics from other aircraft and towbar used to move plane at from hangar and hide plane at destination.

 
Aircraft has a Beige exterior w brown stripes down the side and one runs wide up the vertical stabilizer. Matching Wheel pants, Polished spinner with 3 blade prop.

Brown wing tips, New tan leather interior with Tan carpet too.

This 6 seats U206 has aNew garmin panel with Garmin 530, MX20 displaymGarmin Xpndr, (2) King KX155 G/S, 4 Bose Headsets, Two Garmin Handheld GPS' (396) and (196) on yoke mounts.

New Glare shield with Flourescent light and STEC 60 Auto Pilot

If you observe this aircraft, contact a local Law Enforcement Agency then
Notify:
 
Tim Geil
Claims Examiner
CTC Services/LAD (Aviation) Inc.
Tim.Geil@ctcplc.com

16415 Addison Rd., Suite 800, Addison, TX  75001-3267
Phone 972-447-2050    Toll Free 800-491-2424
Direct 972-447-2067      Fax 972-447-9050

Cell: 214-415-2746
 
Or
Aviation Crime Prevention Institute, Inc.
226 N. Nova Road, PMB 306, Ormond Beach, FL 32174
www.acpi.org
800-969-5473
386-341-7270
Fax: 386-615-3378
 
3/2/06

 
 
$5,000 REWARD
 
IS OFFERED BY GLOBAL-AEROSPACE
 
for the INTACT return of the following stolen aircraft:
 
A 1966 CESSNA 182J, N3199F; sn: 182-57299
 
Arizona Registration #1657
 
Stolen 2/28/06 from Marana Airport (AVQ), Near Tuscon, AZ
 
Description: Aircraft is white with red center stripe bordered by gold stripes on top and bottom of center stripe, Large Registration Numbers in white on the red stripe which enlarges down the fuselage to the tail,  Red stripe up the vertical stab/rudder at upper edge bordering both sides.
 
Wheel pants colored red over white, white spinner with red cowl top from windscreen to spinner. Small US flag on vertical stab/rudder.
 
 
If this aircraft is observed or located, please contact:
 
Claimtx Corp.
Phone: (800) 832-4414
Fax: (602) 867-2395
or
Brandie N. Daugherty
Claims Adjuster
Global Aerospace 
Phone (913) 451-9660, Fax (913) 327-7041
Toll Free 1-888-228-2281
 
or
ACPI, 800-969-5473, 386-341-7270
acpiusa@aol.com
 
This Theft Alert is a public service provided by
The Aviation Crime Prevention Institute, Inc.
ACPI is a nonprofit organization supporting General Aviation.

1/1/06
$5,000 Reward
is offered by CHARTIS AEROSPACE for the intact return of
 
A 1974 Cessna 210L, N93160, sn: 21060288
 
Stolen between 12/31/05 and 1/1/06 from Punta Pescadero Airport
(Baja California, Mexico)
 
Description: Aircraft is white with blue & gray trim, Large Registration Numbers in Blue on White, Cessna logo painted on upper vertical stab.
 
Nearly all the upper portion of the nose including the spinner is dark blue, with a blue strips extending to the back of the rear side windows, nearly touching the Reg Number.
 
Below the blue strips is three smaller strips in gray. Larger blue stripe under "Cessna Logo" on vertical stab with three smaller gray stripes under it.
 
If this aircraft is observed or located, please contact:
 
Eric Rank
CHARTIS AEROSPACE

Phone:404-249-1272Eric.Rank@ChartisInsurance.com
or
ACPI, 800-969-5473, 386-341-7270
acpiusa@aol.com


 

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