U.S. Coast Guard officials have suspended the search for an Indiana man whose plane was, piloted by his 17-year-old son, crashed in the ocean off American Samoa during an around-the-world flight attempt. The Coast Guard describes the decision to suspend the search for 58-year-old Babar Suleman as “difficult.” The body of Suleman's son, Haris, was recovered shortly after Tuesday's crash. The teen had hoped to set the record for the fastest circumnavigation around the world in a single-engine airplane with the youngest pilot in command. His journey also was a fundraiser to help build schools in his father's native Pakistan. A memorial service took place, Sunday, at the site where searchers believe the plane crashed.