Roswell Police Department informed on its Facebook page “Be on the lookout: missing spaceship,” the Identify Roswell Spaceship has been stolen from a UFO Museum.
The silver-colored saucer made of fiberglass and stainless steel was stolen about 3:30 a.m. Saturday from behind the International UFO Museum and Research Center on Roswell’s main drag by 3 allegedly human beings.
During the day Roswell police spokesman was proudly announcing that they were able to track down the 17-year-old boy who was one of the three suspects in the theft of the spaceship, because of a phone call.
Surveillance video shows the three males walking toward the spaceship, and two of them lifting it up.
They then walk away and out of the camera’s view with it, put the ship into a pickup truck and drove off. The UFO Museum is located just around the corner from police headquarters.
The allegedly human-teen in custody hasn’t said what the motivation behind for stealing the spaceship or who else was involved.
The Identify Flying Saucer had a tough year, a blizzard this past winter knocked the saucer from its usual mount on the corner of the museum building on South Main Street, for over 24 years, as the picture to the right.
It recently had been repaired and was being stored under an awning behind the museum.
Now it was The New Mexico Department of Transportation sent an heart broken picture of the saucer in pieces to museum.
Roswell Police Department are urging Roswell residents and from the surrounding areas to be on the lookout for the Roswell Spaceship’s thieves
Hopefully the other two suspects are still on Planet Earth and can be bring to justice.
“Only in Roswell.”
Source: Daily Mail