Weak signal found believe to be from missing plane

An emergency locator transmitter located in a mountainous Wyoming area Thursday is believed to be from a missing Minneapolis man's plane.

Luke Bucklin, 40, along with his three sons, were in the plane that authorities said went down Monday in a remote Wyoming area. The signal was found near where authorities believe the plane disappeared.

According to the Star Tribune there are no other aircrafts reported missing in the area, so the likelihood of the signal coming from Bucklin's plane is very high.

The plane's location is very hard to pinpoint because the signal is is weak and the frequency bounces off the high mountains, the Pioneer Press reported.

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