POSTED: 10:34 a.m. HST, Sep 7, 2011
LAST UPDATED: 8:20 p.m. HST, Sep 7, 2011
The renewed search for a diver missing off the Waialae-Kahala coast was suspended today, but not before intriguing clues surfaced as to the disappearance of New York City visitor Matthew Curley.
Capt. Terry Seelig, a spokesman for the Honolulu Fire Department, said Wednesday the case now rests with Honolulu police or the Coast Guard for possible further investigation.
Among the clues is a partially shredded wetsuit, dive mask, air tank and regulator, Seelig said.
Curley went missing during a group scuba dive with Island Divers half a mile from shore on Aug. 28. The search, conducted in high surf from a south swell, was suspended after four days.