Posted: Thursday, December 3rd, 2015. 2:40 PM CST
Police have confirmed that illicit cargo, possibly drugs, were being transported in it but no sign of this has been found.
Director of Civil Aviation Lindsay Garbutt says accident investigator Shawn Young has been working with Police on the case as a technical advisor, and efforts are being made to trace the registration of the aircraft.
To him it is clear that the aircraft was burned to destroy evidence, but there is not much more known at this time.
In related news, investigations are still ongoing into two crash incidents with aircraft reported last year, one at the Municipal Airstrip in Belize City and another on a flight to Roatan, Honduras, both involving Tropic Air.
Garbutt says that Tropic and its rival Maya Air have enviable safety records with few incidents reported.
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