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Plane Hijack (Continued From Metro Page) ed him to fly to Needles. After Gunsauls had landed at the Needles County Airport, he said the gunman forced him from the plane and then took off. Gunsauls said the man circled the airport once and then headed eastward. Mrs. Robert Dennis, wife of the flying service's manager, said her husband flew to Needles last night to pick up the pilot. She told reporters she was in the office when a man arranged for the hijacked flight. "He appeared very nervous," she said. "He had blondish hair and was very neatly dressed in slacks and a shirt. He appeared clean cut." Dennis' account, as related to the San Diego County Sheriff's office, was that a man named Lynch, his first name unknown, called the flying service Thursday to rent a plane and pilot to fly him to Porterville the next day. While in the air, the man allegedly told the pilot he was wanted for investigation of robbery in San Francisco. Authorities said they were investigating possible connections between Lynch and crimes in San Francisco.