Objects belonging to the two people who disappeared on Saturday during their crossing of the English Channel aboard a tourist plane were discovered on Tuesday on a beach a few kilometers from Le Touquet, we informed the prosecutor’s office on Thursday. .
Found at Equihen-Plage, these objects “include official documents making it possible to make a link with people to be on the plane which disappeared in British waters”, indicated the prosecutor of Boulogne-sur-Mer, Guirec Le Arm, confirming information from The voice of the North.
The device had disappeared from radar 40 km off England
The plane, type P28 and registered in Great Britain, left Saturday from Wellesbourne, in the center of England, bound for the French seaside resort of Le Touquet, in Pas-de-Calais. The aircraft was flying together with five other passenger planes as part of a joint outing, said the Pas-de-Calais prefecture.
Its last known position was in the middle of the English Channel, nearly 40km (21 nautical miles) off Dungeness, in the far south-east of England, according to a British Coastguard statement. Significant French and British research resources were deployed on Saturday and Sunday, in vain.
According to the newspaper Sunday Telegraphthe aircraft is owned by Guy Wakeley, a financial executive and instructor at the South Warwickshire Flying School.