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Colton Harris-Moore, the so-called "barefoot burlgar" of Camano Island has (allegedly) crashed the Olympics (or at least its airspace). CNN reports:

Seattle, Washington (CNN) — Authorities have a familiar suspect in the theft of a plane that alarmed air traffic controllers when it flew near airspace restricted for the 2010 Vancouver Olympics: They're looking for "the Barefoot Burglar."

Investigators say it's the fourth plane they believe Colton Harris-Moore has stolen and flown away, despite the fact that he is only 18 and does not possess a pilot's license.

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"We think it fits his pattern," San Juan County Sheriff Bill Cumming said. "We are looking for him."

The plane, a Cirrus SR22 worth about $650,000, was undamaged even though it came to rest in mud near a landing strip on Orcas Island, off the Washington coast, said Allen Kenitzer, a Federal Aviation Administration spokesman.