The Towelette That Might Tell Us About MH370…


Australia MH370 towelette

The world was sunken in sadness again this week, reflecting upon the one year anniversary of MH370’s disappearance. Now, authorities in charge of the investigation are looking into a packaged Malaysia Airline’s moist towelette.

The small item turned up on a Western Australia beach last year. On July 2, it was discovered by Kinsley and Vicki Miller who were walking on the beach.

SEE ALSO: Flight MH370 Crash Officially Declared As An “Accident”

According to Nine News, the retiree couple believe the item could potentially tell authorities something regarding the missing flight. They handed the item over to the police, who then gave it to the agency organizing the search: Joint Agency Coordination Centre in Canberra.

JACC will not release original photos of the towelette and it has provided a statement declaring unlikely relations between the missing flight and the unopened package.

Australia MH370 towelette couple

On March 8, 2014, MH370 disappeared from radar while the plane was on its way from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing, China. 239 passengers on board were gone, leaving the world absolutely baffled and multiple nations’ search efforts to continue relentlessly.

Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced on Sunday that investigations will continue despite 60,000-square-kilometer (23,166-square-mile) of southern Indian Ocean waiting to be searched.

Source: Nine News. Additional reporting by Jetset Times. 

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Photos: Nine News

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