However, major cases that are currently being looked at will not be discussed openly as yet.
This is because any information that is speculated or disclosed by homicide police will not be accepted in court in future as evidence.
According to NCD Metropolitan Superintendent, Perou N’Dranou, it is safe to say that homicide is investigating the case but it requires time and effort.
“We need to be meticulous about the cases,” says the NCD police boss.
He adds it is a slow investigative process and homicide will need to be careful not to overlook important steps that should be followed before the case goes before the court.
Meanwhile, cases like that of the late former Border Development Authority chairman, Fred Konga, the late Post-Courier journalist, Rosalyn Albaniel Evara, and many others are still in the process of investigations with Homicide.
Results will be made public once completed.