Could this be another breakthrough for Malaysia Flight 370?

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KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA – This could be the biggest breakthrough yet or it could be false hopes all over again.

It has been more than three months since Malaysia Flight 370 went missing with 239 passengers.

And after several failed attempts to track down those pings investigators may be closer to solving this puzzle.

Apparently, Malaysian Police found out that Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the pilot, set up a flight simulator at home to practice flights way out in the Indian Ocean.

Raising more suspicion, the reports say the data was deleted from Shah’s computer, but investigators were able to dig it up.

Despite these claims Malaysia police deny that Shah is the primary suspect.

On top of that, mechanical failure hasn’t been ruled out.

So the search continues; but you’ve heard that before.

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