Police launches investigation on an unidentified drone

Police launches investigation on an unidentified drone

According to the Police reports, the Police are conducting its investigative enquiries into a four rotor Remote Control helicopter with a camera, which had crashed in a home garden in Ahangama last night.

The Police launched their Probe after the camera drone crashed into this garden. The police also said that the squared shaped helicopter was one and a half feet in both length and width.

The house owner had handed over the RC helicopter to the Ahangama police. The Ahangama Police have launched this investigation regarding a small camera-equipped drone which had crashed in the Makanda area.

The House owner had notified the police after he discovered the remote control drone in his garden. Police officers engaged in routine patrol had then arrived and taken the Drone to the Ahangama Police Station.

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