- Posted March 10, 2014 by
kuala lumpur, Malaysia
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Malaysia Airlines Flight 370
He and his roommate are the other men in the photo. CNN has blurred their faces to protect their identities.
Nourmohammadi and Reza entered Malaysia using valid Iranian passports, Interpol Secretary General Ronald Noble said at a news conference. But they used stolen Austrian and Italian passports to board the now-missing Malaysian plane, he said. Officials said it's unlikely that they were part of a terrorist group.
Mallaei, a student in Kuala Lumpur, said he went to high school with Nourmohammadi, who told him he was headed to Germany, where his mother lived. The iReporter said it was the first time he met Reza. Mallaei and his roommate had dinner with the two passengers Friday before dropping them at the airport.
Mallaei said the passengers printed out the email with their tickets before having dinner. He noticed that the ticket wasn’t in Nourmohammadi’s name, and his friend told him he had another passport. He says he dropped them off at the airport and called a few minutes later to make sure they checked in okay. He wasn’t able to reach Nourmohammadi, but Reza answered the phone and thanked him for dinner and the ride.
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- davidw, CNN iReport producer
i have some information about the 2people who was in MH370 with stolen passport.
i got the information from one of the passenger mother.
and i have they picture and they real information.
on of them was my high school friend.
and i already give the information to the malaysian airline. and im on contact with his mother and i can get more information.
i thought maybe my information can help to the world.
and i put the last picture of them.
2nd on the left is pouria with Austrian passport and 1st on the right is reza with italy passport.