DEVELOPING — The Indian navy says its forces are boarding a cargo vessel suspected of ties to the Mumbai attacks that killed 101 people.
Navy spokesman Capt. Manohar Nambiar said Thursday that the ship, the MV Alpha, had recently come to Mumbai from Karachi, Pakistan.
Nambiar says the navy has "located the ship and now we are in the process of boarding it and searching it." He gave no other details on the ship.
More than 100 people were killed and 300 injured when suspected Islamic militants attacked 10 sites in Mumbai.