Investigators Look for Information on Two Who Traveled with Stolen Passports

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

PATTAYA, Thailand (AP) News reports in Malaysia quote the country's police chief as saying authorities have identified one of the two men who boarded a Malaysian jetliner with stolen passports.

Malaysia's civil aviation chief won't confirm that, but he says the two men were of "non-Asian" appearance.

The plane they boarded disappeared nearly three days ago with 239 people on board. A search involving dozens of ships and planes has turned up nothing.

Thai police and Interpol are questioning the proprietors of a travel agency in a Thai resort town that sold the men one-way tickets.


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