Tasahe death was suicide: Varley
THE police says there is no suspicious circumstance in their investigations into an apparent suicide incident in the Tasahe area last week.
Police Commissioner, Mr Matthew Varley made the statement to the local media at his weekly police conference yesterday.
He said the RSIPF has finalised its enquiry into the suicide incident which recently happened in Honiara.
“We have conducted our investigations and at this point of time we conclude that there is no suspicious circumstance in relation to the death.
“It is evident suicide and the family of the decease male have been working with the police on the case.
“I’m satisfied with the conclusion of the investigation where the course of death is suicide,” Mr Varley said.
He said the case now is referred in a report to the corona for review and evaluation, and should there be any further requirements from the corona, the police can assist further.
“But at this point of time we conclude that there was no suspicious circumstance around the death,” Mr Varley said.
However, he thanked the family members of the man who passed away for the significant help to the police at this very distressing time for them.
Mr Varley also appealed to anyone who may have further information about the case to report it to the police.
He said they are always willing to receive information and if any information are there do assist the police.