Body parts and debris were hauled from waters near Indonesia's capital on Sunday from a Boeing passenger plane that crashed shortly after take off with 62 people on board.
The Sriwijaya Air Boeing 737-500 plunged into a steep dive about four minutes after it left Soekarno-Hatta international airport in Jakarta on Saturday afternoon.
No reasons have yet been given for the crash, with authorities focusing on a frantic search and rescue effort that appeared to offer no hope of finding any survivors.
"As of this morning, we've received two (body) bags, one with passenger belongings and the other with body parts," Jakarta police spokesman Yusri Yunus told Metro TV.
The discovery came as a flotilla of warships, helicopters and divers were deployed off the coast of the sprawling city on Sunday.
Sixty-two passengers and crew were on board, including 10 children, all of them Indonesians, according to authorities.
Sriwijaya Air flight SJ182 was bound for Pontianak city on Indonesia's section of Borneo island, about 90 minutes flying time over the Java Sea.
It crashed in the Java Sea near popular day-trip tourist islands just off the coast.
Officials said on Sunday they would continue their search by sea and air while also using sonar radar to pick up more signs of the downed jet.
Divers marked at least three sites at the suspected crash site with orange ballons, according to a reporter on the scene.
"From our observation, it is strongly believed the coordinates match the ones from the plane's last signal contact," said Hadi Tjahjanto, head of Indonesia's military.
Hundreds of personnel from search and rescue, the navy, the police, with 10 warships also taking part in the search effort. (AFP)