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VLADIVOSTOK, April 23 (Itar-Tass) —— The search for a boy, who sailed away in the high seas on a homemade raft two days ago, continues in Vladivostok on Monday.
The rescuers and the police keep searching through the sea area and beaches, the press service of the emergency situation department in the Primorsky Territory reported. Two boys aged 11 and 13 years were reported missing on April 20. It is clear that they have made a raft themselves and sailed out in the high seas. The search for the children began in the evening on the same day.
On the next day, April 21, a lost boy was found dead on the beach. No traces of violent death were found on him.
The investigation department of the Investigation Committee in the Primorsky Territory is conducting an inquiry prior to the investigation over the loss of a boy and the death of another one.
The emergency headquarters of the Primorsky territorial emergency situation department continued to coordinate the actions of various services to search for the lost boy.