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the drone's pilot "seemed to be able to see what was happening on the runway".
the possibility an "insider" was involved
And whoever was responsible for the attack had "specifically selected" a drone which could not be seen by the DJI Aeroscope drone detection system that the airport was testing at the time
there are no verified pictures of the drone, and very few eyewitnesses have spoken publicly.
they had recorded 130 separate credible drone sightings by a total of 115 people, all but six of whom were professionals, including police officers, security personnel, air traffic control staff and pilots.
witnesses reported seeing an extremely fast-moving, large drone with bright lights.
At least one person noted the characteristic cross shape while others described it as "industrial or commercial" and "not something you could pop into Argos for.