Hey, I can back up that both me and PC Rice Krispy were present when you reported your Huron stolen. As you've already said, unfortunately we couldn't stop the stealing as we were both outnumbered(if I recall correctly, the situation was a bit messy at times) and it was not even possible for us to call for an impound. Also unfortunately, my GoPro was not recording, so I can't back up your claim with any footage. I do recall that after your Huron was brought down from the roof, you forgot to lock it which led to it being stolen again, while Rice and me gave you some money for the diamonds which had been stolen from you.
At a later time we did see a Huron, but couldn't confirm that it was yours due to immediate take off. I was also relatively sure it wasn't you in the Huron, thats the only proof I can give towards your claim. However that Huron was not caught doing illegal things at that time, so regarding the scrapping I don't have any information. I'm sorry.
I fully believe you and I'm really sorry that your Huron got scrapped. After we saw the Huron (which again, I can't completely confirm that it was indeed yours. The pilots behaviour did seem erratic and they refused to properly land the Huron and get out. But besides minor offences against aviation laws, no other laws were broken and both Rice Krispy and me tried to engage as friendly and de-escalating as possible.) All that happened within approx. one hour. Both of us went off duty relatively quickly. Whatever happened after that, I don't know. As far as I can remember, most officers who were on patrol during that initial incident, weren't on duty for much longer. I do agree, that we could benefit from an offical way to register a vehicle as stolen. For example, that during a registration check we can see that it was reported stolen. Unfortunately, our database does not offer that. Thats what I have to say in the defence of the officer who ordered the scrapping. (I also don't know who did that, because like I said, I wasn't on duty anymore.)