MH370 wreckage allegedly found in Tawi-Tawi

A report claimed that an aircraft wreckage, allegedly that of the missing Boeing 777 aircraft, has been spotted by a man's nephew several days ago, on an island in Tawi-Tawi, Ubian Island in Mindanao, Inquirer reported.
MH370 wreckage
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The said man reported the story to the Sandakan police station on Saturday.

Accordingly, Police in Sabah state took the claim for investigation.

"This matter is being investigated, Sabah State Commissioner Jalaluddin Abdul Rahman told The Star.

The said man, an audio visual technician said, his nephew and some buddies were out to hunt for birds; They spotted the alleged wreckage on the said island.


Skeletal remains and bones were found in the pilot's chair, the man added.

The group also saw a flag in the wreckage.

Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared in March last year. It was on its way to Beijing, carrying 239 passengers and crew on board.

The search and rescue operations were massively concentrated in the Southern Indian Ocean.

READ: Malaysia Airlines MH370 Passengers List

In a news posted last month, French authorities confirmed that a piece of wing was found on the shore of Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean.

Source: Inquirer, The Sabah State Government

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