July 4, 2010, Colton Harris-Moore flies south 1,200 miles to the Bahamas and crash-lands in a swamp about 5 miles from the southern tip of Great Abaco Island.
July 5, 2010, Colton Harris-Moore soon makes his way through the swamp to Sandy Point, where he finds this gas station. Colt helps himself to chips, gatorade, and cash.
July 5, 2010, Colt breaks into a vacant house in Sandy Point and steals an SUV. He drives to Marsh Harbour and breaks into a restaurant where he is recorded by video surveillance cameras.
July 5, 2010, Colt steals a beautiful 44’ Sundancer from the Marsh Harbour restaurant and goes to Harbour Island where he beaches it on a reef known as the Devil’s Backbone. He writes his name in the sand and heads on into Dunmore Town.
July 10 2010, Colt steals a small boat from Harbour Island and gets in a chase with reward seekers.
July 11 2010, Colt docks the skiff at the Ramora Bay resort and is chased into the bushes by a security guard. He waits for hours to make his move.
July 11 2010, Colt sneaks down to the harbour and slips into the water. He finds a boat and tries to make his getaway with police on his tail. He hits a sand bar and is confronted by armed police.
July 11 2010, Colt is captured unharmed and hauled back to the Ramora Bay resort. He is soon shipped to Nassau for a media parade and a mostly ceremonial extradition hearing. Within days Colton Harris-Moore is flown back to the United States.