Her body had undergone an autopsy on October 25, after her death on the 15th. The examination was conducted by the chief pathologist of the PNG health department.
Police homicide say there is little hope of favourable results pointing to murder in this case, considering the body of the deceased had gone through different processes, including embalmment. However they will be patient for the full report to come through.
Homicide unit says the preliminary report had established that there was nothing out of the ordinary found on the deceased’s body that could determine that she was murdered.
However, it is due process to wait for the release of the full report before taking further action.