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UFOs reported to the police, Papua New Guinea, January 2003:

This article was published in the daily newspaper Post Courier, Papua New Guinea, on January 7, 2003 and on their web site at

UFOs Reported To Police

Police have received frequent reports of "unidentified flying objects" (UFO) and submarines in the Western Province.

Southern regional police commander John Marru says there have been numerous reports of sightings of unidentified aircraft, mainly within the South Fly and Middle Fly areas, since 2000.

Mr Marru said police have investigated the matter but have not established any facts.

He said they were not sure if the flying objects were real aircraft.

"We have also received intelligence report on the sighting of a submarine within the same area," Mr Marru said.

He said the sighting of aircraft usually went in the same direction as the submarine.

Mr Marru says the reports have been passed on to Australian Federal Police, the National Intelligence Organisation and the Defence intelligence but local police have not received any response.

He dismissed suggestions that they were aircraft that were linked to the gun and drug trade between the borders of Australia and PNG.

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