MH370 A South African teenager has found a piece of debris that could possibly be a part of missing Malaysia Airlines plane MH370, reported Reuters.
Two officials from the Accident and Incident Investigation Division of the CAA arrived at the Wartburg home of the Lotter family shortly after midday.
"We want to be transparent and accountable in our investigation as much as possible... that is why we want (the parts) to be verified in Australia", Mr. Liow said.
"At this juncture, it has not been confirmed whether any of the recovered debris came from MH370", he said. "(After that), we will send it to Australia for further examination and verification", he said at a press conference after launching the i-Star Internship Program at Tunku Abdul Rahman University College here yesterday.
Add to that the supposed debris of the aircraft is now reportedly found in the eastern African country of Mozambique.
Transport Minister Liow Tiong Lai says a part found recently by an American in Mozambique is now in Malaysia for safekeeping.
A piece of suspected aircraft wreckage found off the east African coast of Mozambique, seen at Mozambique's Civil Aviation Institute (IACM) in Maputo, on March 3, 2016.
The plane was flying from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing in March of 2014 when it vanished moments after taking off.
As of now, no crash site has been pinpointed and it is still unknown whether what Lotter found was really a piece of the MH370 or not.
These delays in releasing information as to what was known about the jet's subsequent course seriously eroded the ability of the early phase of the search to locate and retrieve possible debris from the crashed airliner.
The search is expected to end by June for the plane, which was heading from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.