The Coast Guard has suspended its search for the father of a teenager who was trying to make a flight around the world.
Barbar Suleman was aboard a plane flown by his 17-year-old son Haris when the aircraft went missing Tuesday night.
The teen's body was recovered Wednesday in the South Pacific near American Samoa.
Searchers discovered more plane debris with no sign of a second body.
Haris was attempting to set the record for being the youngest pilot to fly around the world in 30 days to raise money for a charity that builds schools in Pakistan.
The pair raised more than a half-million dollars, taking off from Indianapolis on June 19th.
They were about to begin the final leg of the flight when the crash occurred.
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