May 24, 2016

No arrests as yet for Morove case

City Police have confirmed today that they will need to complete a re-enactment scene tomorrow, before the main suspect is called in for questioning.
Homicide officers have also uncovered new leads today following interviews with witnesses and outlets who would have provided a more clearer insight into what would have happened to 25 year old Regina Morove, before she was found dead by her parents on the 15th of May 2016.
Assistant Police Commissioner Sylvester Kalaut tells PNGFM news; no one will be called in after all of these specifics are gathered by the Investigating Team.
Regina was shot dead from a bullet wound in the back of her head, allegedly by her husband and lawyer, Felix KANGE, but this need to be proven by the courts.
Mr Kange claims it was an accident.
Parents of the young mother are adamant that police investigations will reveal the truth and this is what they are banking on for closure.
Regina leaves behind a 7 month old baby. PNGFM