Bob Rivers's Cessna, crash landed on the Yakama rez.
Bob Rivers's Cessna was the first plane stolen and flown by Colton Harris-Moore. Seen here crashed beneath Satus Peak on the Yakama rez.
The flight path of the Cessna 182 Colton Harris-Moore stole from Idaho and crash landed in Granite Falls, Washington.
The Cessna 182 turbo stolen by Colton Harris-Moore in Idaho and crashed in a Granite Falls, WA, clearcut. It was his third stolen plane. © Brad Hernke
The Cessna 182 turbo stolen by Colton Harris-Moore in Idaho and crashed in a Granite Falls, WA, clearcut. It was his third stolen plane. © Brad Hernke
The Cessna 182 turbo stolen by Colton Harris-Moore in Idaho and crashed in a Granite Falls, WA, clearcut. It was his third stolen plane. © Brad Hernke
Bent propeller of the Cessna 182 turbo stolen by Colton Harris-Moore in Idaho and crashed in a Granite Falls, WA, clearcut. © Brad Hernke
Torn tail of the Cessna 182 turbo stolen by Colton Harris-Moore in Idaho and crashed in a Granite Falls, WA, clearcut. It was his third stolen plane. © Brad Hernke
Bloody nose of the Cessna 182 turbo stolen by Colton Harris-Moore and crashed in a Granite Falls, WA, clearcut. It was his third stolen plane. © Brad Hernke
Crumpled nose of Cessna bleeding hydraulic fluid, with nose gear and main gear torn off fuselage. © Brad Hernke
Nose gear crumpled under nose of the Cessna 182 turbo Colton Harris-Moore crash landed in a Granite Falls, WA, clearcut. © Brad Hernke
Horizontal stabilizer of the Cessna 182 turbo stolen by Colton Harris-Moore in Idaho and crashed in a Granite Falls, WA, clearcut. © Brad Hernke
The seatbelt airbag that saved Colton Harris-Moore's life when he crashed a stolen Cessna into a clearcut. © Brad Hernke
Colton Harris-Moore poured motor oil throughout the interior of the Cessna 182 turbo he stole, apparently in an attempt to hide forensic evidence. © Brad Hernke
Crumpled fuselage of the Cessna 182 turbo stolen and crash landed by Colton Harris-Moore. © Brad Hernke
A logging crane picks up the carcass of the Cessna 182 turbo stolen by Colton Harris-Moore in Idaho and crashed in a Granite Falls, WA, clearcut. © Brad Hernke
Crumpled fuselage of the Cessna 182 turbo stolen by Colton Harris-Moore in Idaho and crashed in a Granite Falls, WA, clearcut. © Brad Hernke
The Cessna 182 turbo stolen by Colton Harris-Moore and crashed in Granite Falls, WA, loaded on a truck. © Brad Hernke
A Cirrus SR22 that was the 4th plane stolen by Colton Harris-Moore. Plane was flown to Orcas Island during the 2010 Olympics. FBI photo.

What Goes Up…

This gallery includes photos of the actual planes stolen, flown, and landed — sometimes very hard — by Colton Harris-Moore. Click on an image to the left to launch player controls.