The Latest on three Hawaii fishermen who went missing over the Fourth of July weekend (all times local):

3:35 p.m.

The overturned boat of three Hawaii fishermen who went missing has washed up on a remote Kauai beach.

Rescue crews spotted the boat from the air several times while searching for the fishermen who went missing over the Fourth of July weekend.

The bodies of Derek Keone Tomas of Pearl City and Jenson Toshio Wah Bunn Loo of Mililani were found off Kauai on Friday. The third fisherman, Clint Oshima of Honolulu, hasn't been found.

The men left Oahu's North Shore early July 3 and were expected to return later in the day.

The state Department of Land and Natural Resources says one of the fishermen recently purchased the boat, but no transfer paperwork had been filed. The department's boating division has reached out to the last registered owner on record to discuss options for removing the boat.

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3 p.m.

Autopsies have determined that two bodies discovered off the coast of Kauai in Hawaii are those of fishermen who went missing over the Fourth of July weekend.

The Kauai Police Department said Tuesday the bodies found Friday are those of Derek Keone Tomas of Pearl City and Jenson Toshio Wah Bunn Loo of Mililani.

The body of Clint Oshima of Honolulu, another fisherman with the group, hasn't been found.

The men left Haleiwa's harbor on Oahu's North Shore early July 3 and were expected to return later in the day.

Rescue crews spotted their overturned 20-foot vessel about 25 miles off Haleiwa.