Argentina’s Navy was last night racing to investigate a noise underneath the sea which could be from the missing San Juan submarine.

The so-called ‘hydroacoustic anomaly’ was picked up at around 11am last Wednesday, less than three hours after the last scheduled transmission from the submarine and 30 miles north of its last reported position.

The information was reportedly passed to Argentinian authorities yesterday by the US government, who have analysed ocean monitoring data collected from the area of the South Atlantic where the vessel disappeared.

Asked whether the noise could have been an explosion, Argentinian Navy spokesman Enrique Balbi said they are ‘not drawing any conclusions’ but that ‘it is a noise which must be collaborated and investigated’.

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