Owen Charles Wildbore-Brumby was discovered useless in Te Marae o Hine/The Sq. three months in the past.
The reason for loss of life of a person whose physique was discovered within the coronary heart of Palmerston North three months in the past stays a thriller.
Owen Charles Wildbore-Brumby, 40, was discovered useless beneath an overcast sky in Te Marae o Hine/The Sq. round midday on February 16 by a member of the general public.
The 40-year-old’s physique was within the bushes beside the duck pond. The final reported sighting of him was within the marae two nights earlier.
The detective heading the investigation into the reason for Wildbore-Brumby’s loss of life, Carl Newton, considered the toxicology outcomes on March 30 earlier than passing the outcomes to a pathologist the subsequent day.
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Nevertheless, the pathologist hsa but to current an opinion, Newton mentioned.
Enquiries into Wildbore-Brumby’s loss of life have progressed, however there was no vital developments within the case.
Wildbore-Brumby was identified to reside tough on the streets, and buddies feared one thing nefarious had occurred. A backpack belonging to the useless man was discovered within the vacant Highflyers constructing close to puddles of blood.
However police haven’t turned up something to recommend he was the sufferer of foul play.
“From the outset, Owen’s loss of life has been handled as unexplained and can stay that method except one thing compelling suggests otherwise,” Newton mentioned.
Regardless of his physique being discovered within the metropolis’s busiest park, beneath the watch of 16 surveillance cameras, his final hours stay within the shadows.
These near Wildbore-Brumby fashioned a memorial on the web site the place his physique was discovered, adorning it with toys and vibrant trinkets.
His household didn’t want to remark apart from to say they believed his loss of life was alcohol-related.
Anybody with data pertinent to the case is inspired to telephone 105 and quote file quantity 210217/3172, or name Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.