Monday, August 9, 2010

Who Helped the Barefoot Bandit? IPod and Laptop may have the answers

New evidence could implicate others in Barefoot Bandit case
Heather Bosch

Colton Harris-Moore, the barefoot bandit, may have left some high-tech tracks that could lead investigators to his partners in crime.

"The FBI is gathering evidence, in this case, in all different areas," says Emily Langlie, with the U.S. Attorney's Office in Seattle. Langlie confirms some of the evidence includes Harris-Moore's laptop and iPod.

The barefoot bandit allegedly tossed them into the water when he ditched a stolen plane off the Bahamas.

Emails and other information from the electronics could reveal who Harris-Moore was in contact with and who might have helped him while he was on the run for two years.

His accomplices could face charges.


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