Indonesian police plane with 15 on board goes missing - police

By REUTERS
December 3, 2016 12:04

 
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A twin-engine Indonesian police plane went missing on Saturday with 15 people on board en route to the island of Batam, south of Singapore, police said.

The plane is thought to have crashed between the islands of Mensanak and Sebangka or Gentar, a police report obtained by Reuters said.

A search team recovered items apparently identified as being from the missing aircraft, the report said. No other details were immediately available.

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