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Task Force Makes Little Headway in Colorado Drone Mystery

DRONELIFE     •     January 7, 2020, 8:18 pm
The Case of the Mysterious Colorado Drones keeps getting murkier. Over Christmas, Colorado police reported at least 17 fixed-wing drones with a six-foot wingspan flying what appeared to be a steady…
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