No breakthrough in Woolmer killing

No breakthrough in Woolmer killing
AP
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First Published: Wed, Apr 11 2007. 04 08 AM IST
Updated: Wed, Apr 11 2007. 04 08 AM IST
Kingston, Jamaica: Investigators have not made any breakthroughs into the killing of Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer, more than three weeks after he was found strangled to death during the World Cup, police spokesman Karl Angell said on 10 April 2007.
Jamaican police, four Scotland Yard detectives and an Interpol investigator have been examining security-camera footage from the Kingston hotel where Woolmer was found on March 18. They are also awaiting the results of a toxicology report, Angell said.
Pakistan’s team manager has left Jamaica, but at least one Pakistani diplomat has stayed to observe the investigation, Angell said.
Woolmer died a day after his team lost to Ireland in a stunning upset that eliminated Pakistan from the cricket World Cup.
A pathologist who conducted Woolmer’s autopsy initially ruled his death was “inconclusive” but announced four days later that he had been strangled.
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First Published: Wed, Apr 11 2007. 04 08 AM IST