Englishman found dead at home in Kapit by niece


SIBU: An Englishman was found dead in his house in Kapit on Wednesday (Oct 7).

Kapit OCPD Deputy Supt Freddy Bian said on Friday (Oct 9) that the police had ruled out any criminal element in the man's death and classified it as sudden death.

The deceased has been identified as Ian William, 66, from Britain.

He was staying alone in the house in Taman Kapit as his wife had gone to Kuala Lumpur.

According to DSP Freddy, at about 4.30pm on Oct 7, a 40-year-old niece of the man went to see him.

"She found the house to be quiet.

"When she went up to the upper level, she was shocked to find the man dead in the bathroom," he added.

The body has been sent to Kapit Hospital for a post-mortem.
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