SEOUL, Sept. 16 (UPI) -- South Korean Defense Ministry officials said South Koreans marines have detained an American man on the bank of the Han River.
According to officials, the U.S. citizen is being questioned by "relevant South Korean officials." It was also not clear exactly where he had been identified and if he had been trying to cross into North Korea.
Right now, there are three Americans being held in North Korea: Kenneth Bae, Matthew Miller and Jeffrey Fowle.
On Sept. 14 North Korea sentenced Matthew Miller to six years hard labor for committing "hostile acts" while visiting the country as a tourist.