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‘Barefoot Bandit’ says his mother has died

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Colton Harris-Moore, who became known as 'The Barefoot Bandit'

SEATTLE (AP) — The former teenage car, boat and plane thief who became known as the “Barefoot Bandit” says his mother has died.


KIRO-Radio reports Colton Harris-Moore said Wednesday that his mother, Pam Kohler, died Tuesday night.

Harris-Moore, now 25, had earlier spoken of cryogenically freezing his mother with the hope that medical advances would allow her to be revived and her lung cancer treated.

Harris-Moore is serving a six-year prison sentence at the Stafford Creek Corrections Center and is set to be released this summer.


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