Although some have questioned how a piece of wreckage from MH370 could have washed up on the Indian Ocean island of Reunion thousands of miles from where MH370 is believed to have been flying anything is possible in this strange and tragic saga.
Police on the ocean island of Reunion are now scouring debris washed up on the beach in search of more potential MH370 wreckage.
Part of a suitcase also found on a beach at the island has been taken to the laboratory in France for analysis.
While this week's events could be the biggest breakthrough in the 16 month search for MH370 caution is still advised.
For those who lost loved ones when Flight MH370 'vanished' any news is mixed. They need and want closure but many still cling to a vague hope that their loved one will return home someday.
Conspiracy theorists may still question whether the wreckage was 'planted' on the island but the terrible MH370 tragedy could finally be drawing to a close.
The Mail Online reports Sunday "Debris with Chinese and Malaysian writing washes up on Reunion island as police pour cold water on 'plane door' reports" but such stories are not really helpful.