Staff of Six Stars Travel agency work in their office in the town of Pattaya March 11, 2014. Thai police and Interpol on Monday investigated into the two fake passports used to purchase tickets in ... more 
Staff of Six Stars Travel agency work in their office in the town of Pattaya March 11, 2014. Thai police and Interpol on Monday investigated into the two fake passports used to purchase tickets in Pattaya, for the Malaysian Airlines MH370 flight that went missing. Officials looked into two travel agencies - Sixstars Travel and Grand Horizon -- where the two persons suspected of using fake passports tried to buy tickets. Sixstars eventually issued online tickets, after receiving copies of the passports, police said. They are still looking into the transaction with Grand Horizon, who had passed on the purchase to Sixstars. REUTERS/Kerek Wongsa (THAILAND - Tags: TRANSPORT CRIME LAW DISASTER TRAVEL) less 
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Tue, Mar 11, 2014 10:44 AM EDT