Inside the storage room where the only parts of MH370 found are kept

Inside the secret MH370 vault: The storage room where the only parts of the doomed Malaysia Airlines flight confirmed to have been found are held Secret vault in Malaysia contains the only three pieces of MH370 found   Among the debris is a two-metre wing part of the missing Boeing 777 Relatives of victims had presented five more pieces to officials in November  Malaysian authorities later said the parts were 'most likely' part of the aircraft

By Karen Ruiz For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 01:31 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 01:31 GMT, 1 March 2019

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A secret vault containing the only remnants found of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 will be revealed for the first time.  

Only three pieces of debris that have washed up at the Indian Ocean over the years have been confirmed to belong to the Boeing 777 that vanished over the South China Sea on March 8, 2014. 

In a new episode of 60 Minutes set to premiere on Sunday night, investigators will offer a glimpse into an evidence room in Malaysia holding pieces of the aircraft, including a two-metre long wing part known as a flaperon. 

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A new episode of 60 Minutes set to premiere on Sunday night, will offer a glimpse into an evidence room in Malaysia holding pieces of the aircraft, including a two-metre long wing part

A new episode of 60 Minutes set to premiere on Sunday night, will offer a glimpse into an evidence room in Malaysia holding pieces of the aircraft, including a two-metre long wing part

Only three pieces of debris that have washed up at the Indian Ocean over the years have been confirmed to belong to the Boeing 777 that vanished over the South China Sea on March 8, 2014

Only three pieces of debris that have washed up at the Indian Ocean over the years have been confirmed to belong to the Boeing 777 that vanished over the South China Sea on March 8, 2014

The programme comes just a few months after relatives of MH370 victims presented what they believed were five more pieces of the doomed plane found off Madagascar to government officials. 

Malaysian authorities announced in January that the recovered parts were 'most likely' part of the missing flight.

The groundbreaking discovery offered relatives a glimmer of hope but also

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