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A piece of jet debris turned up on a sandbank in Mozambique Channel where debris from the Indian Ocean washes up. (Photo: Google Maps)

(Bloomberg) — Investigators probing the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 are examining an object found off the coast of Mozambique they suspect came from the missing Boeing Co. 777, a person familiar with the investigation said.

The piece turned up on a sandbank in Mozambique Channel where debris from the Indian Ocean washes up, according to the person, who asked not to be identified because he wasn’t authorized to speak about the investigation. It appears to be part of a 777 tail and, since there aren’t any other cases in which that model has crashed, investigators believe it may have come from the plane that went missing almost two years ago, the official said.

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