By Mahmut Atanur
JAKARTA (AA) - Indonesian authorities have stopped searching for the victims of a plane crash as they were unable to find more bodies and parts of the wreck, a rescue official said.
Bambang Suryo Aji, an official from the country's national search and rescue agency, said 79 of the recovered bodies have been identified so far.
On Oct. 29, Lion Air flight JT 610 was traveling from Jakarta to Pangkal Pinang when it crashed into the Java Sea, killing all 189 people on board.
Lt. Gen. Muhammad Syaugi, head of the National Search and Rescue Agency, said at a news conference in the capital Jakarta that a total of 105 body bags had been found as of November 4.