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Italian news sources are reporting that a plane wreck has been found on the island of Curaçao. Authorities are investigating whether it may be that of the small aircraft carrying Vittorio Missoni, three fellow passengers, and two crew members that disappeared off the coast of Venezuela in early January.
In a move to clarify last week’s reports that a bag from the plane carrying Vittorio Missoni and his fellow passengers had been found, the Missoni family has issued a statement to the media.
More than a month after the small plane carrying Vittorio Missoni, three companions, and two crew members disappeared off the coast of Venezuela, the Missoni chief executive’s bag has been found on the island of Bonaire, located between Los Roques, the archipelago from which the plane took off, and Curaçao, where another bag from onboard the aircraft was discovered on January 28.
A bag that was stowed onto the plane carrying Vittorio Missoni and five other passengers has been found on the island of Curaçao in the Caribbean sea, approximately 124 miles from Los Roques off the coast of Venezuela, where the plane had taken off on January 4.
The children of Vittorio Missoni and Maurizia Castiglioni tweeted a plea to the public for any information that might result in making headway in the mysterious case of their parents’ disappearance.
While search-and-rescue operations have now been underway in the Caribbean Ocean for two weeks following the disappearance of the small plane carrying Vittorio Missoni and three companions off the coast of Venezuela, the Missoni family is still holding on to hope that the passengers may have been kidnapped. Thus far, the strongest piece of evidence to support this theory has been a single mysterious text message, sent from the phone of passenger Guido Foresti more than 72 hours later after the plane dropped off the radar. Today, however, further suspicious cell phone anomalies are now being reported.
The small plane carrying Vittorio Missoni, his three companions, and two crew members that disappeared off the coast of Venezuela on January 4 remains missing, and new reports convey the unpromising news that both the pilot and the airline were not licensed to fly at the time of the trip.
Officials have uncovered information as to where the aircraft carrying Vittorio Missoni may have gone down, and the search continues.
After six days of intensive search-and-rescue efforts and nothing found in connection to the disappearance of Vittorio Missoni and the five others aboard his flight, The Daily Beast reports that there may finally be a new development in the story.
Five days after the small plane carrying Vittorio Missoni disappeared off the coast of Venezuela, the chief executive’s family is still holding on to hope that he and his fellow passengers may have been victims of a kidnapping, rather than an air-sea accident, and are therefore still alive.
While a mysterious text message sent late Sunday night sparked talk of foul play in the disappearance of Vittorio Missoni, chief executive of the Missoni fashion house, off the coast of Venezuela on Friday, new reports indicate that the country’s authorities have dismissed the possibility of a kidnapping in their search efforts.
The search for Vittorio Missoni, CEO of the Missoni fashion house, has been underway by air and sea ever since his plane disappeared off the coast of Venezuela on Friday. While there are fears that he and his fellow passengers may have been victims of a plane crash, a new development has renewed the family’s hope that they may in fact still be alive.
Today, the Missoni company and family have spoken out about Vittorio Missoni‘s disappearance off the coast of Venezuela Friday morning.
New details have emerged about Vittorio Missoni, head of Missoni, and his wife, Maurizia Castiglioni, who have disappeared while on holiday in South America.
A small plane carrying Vittorio Missoni, head of the Missoni fashion house, disappeared off of the coast of Venezuela at some point on Friday morning.