Dark shapes seen by drone in forest pond solve mystery for 26-year-old, Texas police say

Drone hovering over treetops Davy Crockett National Forest Recently, I found something at the bottom of the pond. Texas police are on the trail of a nearly 30-year-old crime.

The photo, shared Oct. 19 by Trinity County Sheriff Woody Wallace, is in the green haze of Rock Hall Pond, making it difficult to see the boxy shape. Still, it was enough to drive researchers “deeper” into the forest to reach an algae-covered pond.

Wallace said the on-site deputies were joined by divers from the Texas Department of Public Safety. Using bulldozers and cables, they pulled Rock Hall’s secrets ashore.

it was a caras the picture shows, every corner of it is green like a pond.

Investigators pulled a sunken car from the pond that they learned was stolen in 1996.

Investigators pulled a sunken car from the pond that they learned was stolen in 1996.

The vehicle was last registered to a resident of neighboring Angelina County. Wallace said investigators spoke with the man and learned that the car was stolen “around 1996.”

“We were a little nervous about what we would find in the car, but found nothing but a child’s car seat, a few unopened cans of Budweiser beer, and a few unopened items. I am pleased to report that the catfish,” Wallace said.

Investigators don’t know who stole the car 26 years ago or why.

If you have information about “who was dumped here and why”, please contact the Trinity County Sheriff’s Office at 936-642-1424.

Located about 125 miles north of Houston, Davy Crockett National Forest Surrounded by over 160,000 acres of nature in East Texas.

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