Stolen passport at the center of missing Malaysian Flight MH370

Malaysian Airline Flight MH370 disappeared into thin air in the night of March 7, 2014 on its way from its home base of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia to Beijing, China. The Boeing 777 was carrying 239 passengers and crew. After 115 miles into the journey, plane dropped out of radar control between Malaysia and Vietnam. Search for the missing airliner started immediately.

Three days after, early investigation at this time centered on two last minute ticket purchases in nearby beach resort town in Thailand and the two passengers who are carrying these two tickets. Three days after the disappearance of the airliner it appears that they are carrying stolen passports of two westerners who have reported earlier that their passports were stolen in Thailand. Two men have been identified as two Iranian nationals. Some argue that the two passengers were a part of a human smuggling operation that has been going on for some time. Another inquiry is carrying out at this time of five other passengers who were checked into fly that night aboard the airline but withdrew from the trip and removed their checked luggage for no apparent reason. No signs of the missing plane has been reported.