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Topics: Scotland, DNA, drone, Delaware

Saturday, 21 December 2013

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Dover police have placed the drone parts in a secret location.

DOVER, Delaware - Law enforcement officials in Dover have confirmed that a drone that crashed on Bradford Frissyfrock's Farm did in fact originate from outside the United States.

Officer Ty Bolero, 43, with the Dover Police Department stated that the drone had Scottish markings as well as an old Scottish saying that was first uttered during the 1780's.

The drone appeared to have crashed due to the fact that it hit a flock of Canadian Mallards that were headed from Canada down to Argentina.

Dover police placed a call to the Scottish embassy in Washington, D.C. and asked if they knew anything about the drone.

An embassy assistant stated that they did not know anything at all and suggested that the drone could have actually come from Ireland or England and was merely painted with Scottish decals, logos, and info.

SIDENOTE: The DPD has stated that they will be sending the drone parts to a lab in Washington, D.C. so that they can check it for DNA.

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