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Possible MH370 missing plane part found by SA teen

A South African teen found what may be part of the missing Malaysia airplane. (Source: LiamLotter/CNN) A South African teen found what may be part of the missing Malaysia airplane. (Source: LiamLotter/CNN)

WARTBURG, SOUTH AFRICA (CNN) - An Australian aviation official says another piece of airplane debris has been found on the Mozambique coast.

Experts will investigate if this piece came from Malaysia airlines flight 370, which disappeared two years ago with 239 people on board.

A South African teen found the debris in December and took it home.

His family contacted officials after a different piece of debris was found last week, also in Mozambique.

Copyright 2016 Liam Lotter via CNN. All rights reserved. 

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