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Officials investigating a “ghost ship” found mysteriously drifting off the coast of Burma this week solved the mystery of where the vessel came from on Friday.

The rusty Sam Rataulangi PB 1600 freighter was discovered by fishermen in the Gulf of Maraban, about 7 miles off the coast near Yangon, the largest city in Burma, which is called Myanmar by its ruling junta.

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The country’s navy said the empty cargo ship was being towed to a ship-breaking plant in Bangladesh when severe weather caused it to become detached sometime early last week, according to Sky News.

Yangon Police said on their Facebook page the ship was “stranded on the beach (and was) bearing an Indonesian flag,” police said, adding that there were “no sailors or goods” onboard.

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