(NEW YORK) -- An aircraft has spotted three brightly colored objects in the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight 370.
Searchers from the New Zealand Royal Air Force said that spotters on search planes have seen objects before, but never have they managed to get clear pictures or have another plane find those same objects again.
"Finally, the details seem to be lining up," said ABC News Correspondent David Wright, who is in Perth, Australia.
But, it has still yet to be determined if the debris is connected to flight 370.
Wright says, even if they confirm debris in the water may be from the plane, searchers must still find the heavy wreckage on the ocean floor before black boxes can be retreived.
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