Mon, Sep 04, 2006
Where Is Rob Bodden?
Police around Reno, NV
are asking for the public's help in locating a missing airplane
Authorities say Robin "Rob" Bodden was last seen in the early
morning of August 17, after an argument with his wife, after he
returned home at 1:30 am and packed his bags.
The Associated Press reports couple had also argued the day
before -- when Bodden reportedly boarded a white twin-engine
aircraft with an eagle symbol on its tail. All that is known of
that flight is the pilot's name was Ramos.
After Bodden disappeared, police found his car parked outside a
hangar at the Minden-Tahoe airport, where he worked as a
Bodden is not a licensed pilot... and he doesn't own a plane. He
hasn't spoken to his family or friends since he disappeared. Police
have asked those in the area to be on the lookout for the missing
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