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Missing Florida teens’ boat found off Bermuda coast

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Missing Florida teens’ boat found off Bermuda coast

Missing Florida teens’ boat found off Bermuda coast
Missing Florida teens’ boat found off Bermuda coast

The Norwegian research vessel  Edda Fjord was on its way back to Norway on March 18 about 100 miles off the coast of Bermuda when it found the capsized boat, said Coast Guard Chief Petty Officer Ryan Doss.
The crew lowered a small boat to examine the craft. They identified it was the Tequesta teens boat by the serial number on the engine, Doss said.
The Norway crew used a crane the research craft to the boat. They reported their findings to the U.S. Coast Guard.
There was a sticker on board from a marine supply store in Palm Beach County. There  was a cell phone, two fishing rods and two small tackles boxes.
Perry and Austin went missing July 24, 2015, after leaving the Jupiter Inlet in a 19-foot Seacraft boat. The U.S. Coast Guard first located the boat off the coast of New Smyrna Beach days later, but it was gone when they went back to tow it.

In Response to FWC and Blu Stephanos Statements of 4-23-16

from

Perry’s Mom Pamela Cohen

Throughout this ordeal, we have hoped and prayed that we will find out the truth about what happened to our beloved son. In a nearly miraculous turn of events, we now have what may be the key to answering so many question we all have about that fateful day. As a mother, I owe it to Perry to fight for him when he cannot. We need to avail ourselves of the best resources and intelligence to preserve and retrieve this potentially vital iPhone information. This is no less a serious matter to us, than it has been for the San Bernardino families. We all want truth and transparency.

So far, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission has left it to Austin’s Family to give their consent to put the iPhone in the hands of independent professionals in this area of expertise. And so far, we have no confirmation they are consenting to that fair process. We urge Austin’s Family to do the right thing and to allow law enforcement to retain the iPhone until arrangements can be made to retain the top forensic teams available to begin to look for the answers we so desperately need.

Pamela Cohen

Perry’s Mom

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