The fact that a 14-year-old boy who had disappeared six days ago on the island of Borneo was dragged by a crocodile was confirmed as a result of crossing the crocodile's boat.

According to local reports in Malaysia, a 14-year-old boy went missing while catching a snail by the river in Sarawak, Malaysia, on Borneo Islands on the 26th of last month.

Upon receiving reports of eyewitness reports that "the crocodiles seem to have been dragged," the search team focused on the boat and searched around the river, catching crocodiles from the traps they installed on the 31st of last month, six days after disappearance.

The captured crocodile was huge enough to reach 4.7m in length and 1.7m in width, and some of the clothes and bodies the boy wore when the search team broke the crocodile's belly were identified.

Rescue authorities expressed mourning for the victim's boy by revealing photos of crocodiles captured through social media.

Earlier, on the 24th of last month, people in their 40s were pulled by a crocodile and disappeared from a nearby village river.

(Photo = Sarawak Fire Department Instagram, Yonhap News)