40 YEARS LATER: Sleuth believes 1971 hijacker 'D.B. Cooper' stashed cash in Vancouver bank | Grand Forks Herald
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This undated artist's sketch provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation shows a rendering of the skyjacker known as 'Dan Cooper' and 'D.B. Cooper', from the recollections of passengers and crew of a Northwest Orient Airlines jet he hijacked between Portland and Seattle, Nov. 24, 1971, Thanksgiving eve. This past year has been for students of D.B. Cooper, the mysterious skyjacker who vanished out the back of a Boeing 727 wearing a business suit, a parachute and a pack with $200,000 in ransom money 40...

40 YEARS LATER: Sleuth believes 1971 hijacker 'D.B. Cooper' stashed cash in Vancouver bank

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- The brazen hijacking of a commercial plane 40 years ago this week is America's only unsolved hijacking, but one amateur sleuth is convinced a Canadian connection to the $200,000 in extorted cash will solve the puzzle.

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