Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Be on the lookout for missing plane in SW Alaska

$65,000 reward to find missing plane in SW Alaska

ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- Families of three missing Katmai National Parkemployees -- including two brothers from the Indianapolis area -- are offering a $65,000 reward to find their plane in southwest Alaska.
The three and the pilot disappeared Aug. 21 in the de Havilland Beaver on a one-hour flight from Swikshak Lagoon in Katmai National Park to King Salmon.
Authorities say 47-year-old Marco Alletto of King Salmon was flying the plane. The passengers were park employees 26-year-old Mason McLeod of Jacksonville Fla., and brothers 28-year-old Neal Spradlin and 20-year-old Seth Spradlin, originally from Westfield, Ind.

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