Cyprus found the skeleton of a missing 11 years ago the British

The remains of 20-year-old Briton Steven cook, missing in 2005, was found in an old well near the village of Malia on the island of Cyprus. It is reported by Greek newspaper Lifo.

The skeleton was discovered February 16 locals who came to clean the well. Next found his leather belt and camera. Genetic examination confirmed that the remains belong to a British. The circumstances of his death are established.

Information that the British discovered, was also confirmed in the Facebook his family.

Cook disappeared on the first day of his holiday in Malia, on 1 September 2005. Since then, his quest continued.

In June 2016 in the West of the largest island of Fiji — Natadola beach lost spouses Russians Yuri Shipulin and Natalia Gerasimova. A day later on one of the remote beaches the locals found an empty car of the Russians with the keys in the ignition.

Was the investigation and search operation in which the divers found in the waters of Natadola beach a number of fragments of two human bodies. the DNA analysis was able to establish that they were Shipulina and Gerasimova. Later, the investigation was classified.