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Colton Harris-Moore: notorious 'Barefoot Bandit" may have resurfaced

Colton Harris-Moore, an 18-year-old suspect in dozens of break-ins on Camano, Orcas and San Juan Islands as well as Point Robert Colton Harris-Moore, an 18-year-old suspect in dozens of break-ins on Camano, Orcas and San Juan Islands as well as Point Robert
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SEATTLE, Wash. - A stolen airplane found in the San Juan Islands and chalk-outline feet drawn all over a burgled grocery store suggest that Washington's infamous teenage 'barefoot bandit' is back at it.
     
Sherri Pierson, a bookkeeper at Homegrown Market on Orcas Island, tells The Associated Press that someone broke into the store Wednesday night, and its owner arrived Thursday to find 3-foot-long chalk outline feet drawn all over the floor.
     
San Juan County sheriff's officials are also investigating a plane from Skagit County that was found at the airport on Orcas, a suspected modus-operandi of Colton Harris-Moore, who's wanted in scores of break-ins since he escaped from a halfway house in April 2008.
     
Pierson said some cash was taken from the market, a dessert tray of stuffed croissants was cleared out, and a security system monitor was left under running water in a sink.

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A plane stolen from Idaho has been discovered after a hard landing in a Snohomish County clearcut, and authorities are wondering if a notorious teen burglar is responsible.

The plane, taken from the Bonners Ferry Airport on Tuesday, was discovered by a logger near Granite Falls on Thursday.

Boundary County, Idaho, and Snohomish County, Wash., authorities say they don't know whether Colton Harris-Moore is to blame, but they say it fits his pattern, and that he could have traveled through Canada to Idaho.

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