New Evidence in Mystery of Boys Lost at Sea

Family members say new photos of the 14-year-old Florida teens' boat may indicate foul play.
1:58 | 04/28/16

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We move on to it new clues that may reveal what happened to the two Florida teens lost at sea last July. At first it seemed like a tragic accident but new evidence from the boat may point to foul play. ABC's Diane Macedo has the latest. Reporter: It took almost nine months to find the boys' boat. Now we have newly released photos of the wreckage and one attorney for one of the families says one of those photos might indicate there was someone else on that boat with them. Okay. Reporter: Investigators trying to uncover what happened to 14-year-old boaters Perry Cohen and Austin stefanos may have some new clues to work with. These newly released pictures of the boys' boat off the coast of bermuda is raising new questions. I don't know what happened. I don't know his last moments. Reporter: This morning the Cohen family attorney says that this photo may point to the possibility of foul play. The ignition switch on the engine is turned off indicating a likelihood someone disabled the boat intentionally before it capsized. The attorney suggests this could even mean there was an unknown third person on board. It's haunting and it's terrifying. Reporter: Another clue, Austin's waterlogged iPhone which was found with the wreckage. The teen's families are working with fish and wildlife officials trying to find a way to recover data from the device after it spent eight months submerged in corrosive salt water. They hope texts or photos may finally give them answers to what exactly happened to these two boys. I miss him dearly and would do anything to get him back. Reporter: And we have yet another new development on this overnight. Our station in west palm beach saw the full report from the wildlife commission indicating someone may have seen one of the boys on a makeshift raft after they vanished. So a lot of moving parts still going on in this investigation and hopefully they lead to some much needed answers. Amy and George. So hard not knowing. All right, thanks so much.

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