Steven Lynn said he could see the two taking things from his house.
‘I looked down, what’s more, beyond any doubt enough, there was a truck snared onto a trailer, what’s more, folks were stacking stuff up,’ Lynn told The Jonesboro Sun.
Spotted: Single motor air ship Cesna, comparative to that utilized by Mr Lynn to take after the burglars
‘It didn’t appear to upset them that we were humming over in an airplane; we got down lovely low.’
Lynn called an uncle who lives close-by what’s more, 911.
Craighead Region Sheriff’s agent Phillip Wheaton said the two men emptied the trailer what’s more, cleared out the scene at the point when the uncle arrived.
But the pilot what’s more, Lynn’s uncle taken after them until they were halted close Inlet by Wheaton what’s more, two other officers.
‘They were giving us turn by turn bearings what’s more, giving us a depiction by province road,’ Wheaton told TV station KAIT.
The two men in the truck, Roosevelt Smith III what’s more, Joseph Peel, both of Jonesboro, presently confront theft what’s more, robbery charges.
Smith what’s more, Peel didn’t have recorded telephone numbers what’s more, couldn’t be come to for comment.
Most of the stolen things were found, yet Lynn said a rifle esteemed at $1,200 is still missing.
Lynn said after talking to deputies, he figured it out a next-door living arrangement he too possesses had too been burglarized with a few new roof fans, apparatuses what’s more, copper wire missing.
‘It’s thin to none that you would ever see anything like that happening. I never would have anticipated it,’ Lynn said.
‘I just needed to see my house from the air, be that as it may to see something like that is a finish state of mind change. I feel like I was truly lucky.’