Former Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer died of natural causes, and was not murdered as initially suspected, Jamaican police said on Tuesday, bringing to an embarrassing close a three-month investigation that had gripped the cricket world.
The probe into the death of Pakistan's cricket coach, who was found dead in his room in a hotel in Jamaica, is "inconclusive" and has not proved that he was murdered, a Pakistani investigator said Monday.
Two Pakistani diplomats headed to Jamaica on Saturday to help investigate the mysterious death of cricket coach Bob Woolmer as the national team prepared to return home after an early exit from the World Cup tournament.
Investigators said Thursday they have called in a U.S. pathologist to help determine what killed Pakistan's cricket coach a day after his team lost a crucial World Cup match, while media reports suggested he was strangled in his hotel room.
Forensic experts searched for evidence Wednesday in the hotel room where Pakistan's cricket coach died under what police called "suspicious" circumstances, but authorities said they had reached no conclusions about the case.