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Yesterday four Malaysian officials arrived to inspect the aircraft wreckage found in Nakoh Si Thammarat province. According to Pak Phangan district police cheif Thanyapat Pattikongsan, the officers, believed to be from the Department of Civil Aviation, arrived at around 10am. They stayed at the wreck site for around half an hour. The men, who did not provide any information on their findings collected evidence before they left.
After declining to reveal their names to the media the officials said that evidence from the site will be sent to Kuala Lumpor to be analysed by experts. Thai DCA officials and security personnel were also at the site, they said that the suspected aircraft wreckage would be flown to Bangkok to enable further analysis by experts.
Today, Tuesday 26th January, the Malaysian transport officials said that the piece of suspected plane wreckage does not belong to missing Malaysian Airlines passenger jet MH370 that went missing almost two years ago. A piece of the plane wreckage was found on the French island of Reunion in July 2015, no further traces have been found.