The Buzzy theft at Walt Disney World remains unsolved, two and a half years after the animatronic was stolen.
Scheduled to begin Jan. 21, the trial is now listed as cancelled on the Orange County Clerk of Courts website. The only upcoming proceeding in the case is a plea hearing scheduled for Feb. 4.
Responding to a public records request from Orlando Rising, police released the original Nov. 2018 report on the theft of Buzzy, the animatronic star of Epcot's shuttered "Cranium Command" show.
According to police records obtained by Sentinel, Lopez was in possession of clothes taken off Buzzy, the animatronic star of the long-shuttered Cranium Command attraction at Epcot.
After the theft was mentioned in a May 17 arrest warrant, Orange County Sheriff's Office clarified to Orlando Rising that the Buzzy animatronic "is stolen" and the theft remains a "very active investigation."
The information was revealed in an arrest warrant for a former Disney employee accused of stealing more than $7,000 worth of clothings, wigs and a tiara from Magic Kingdom's Haunted Mansion.
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