Assigned to KuFlGr.106, 6073 was coded M2+MK. On 26 November 1941, the aircraft inadvertently landed at RAF Chivenor, following an anti shipping patrol over the Irish Sea, after the crew became disorientated. 6073 was flown to Duxford on 11 December 1941, escorted by a Lockheed Hudson, to become part of No. 1426 (Enemy Aircraft) Flight, where it received RAF insignia and the serial HM509.[N 1]
HM509 was damaged by a ground loop on landing on 19 May 1944 and, despite the damage being repairable, the aircraft was cannibalised for spare parts, before being struck off charge on 26 July 1944..