Police await family of dead JapaneseFebruary 21st, 2012 - 10:48 pm ICT by IANS
Gurgaon, Feb 21 (IANS) Police are waiting for the family of a Japanese corporate executive who committed suicide here, leaving behind one suicide note that authorities won’t open minus his kin.
Tsutomi Omori, 49, managing director of Olympus India, was found dead in a park in Sushant Lok area Monday. He hailed from Tokyo.
Deputy Commissioner of Police Maheshwar Dayal told IANS: “His relatives were to arrive Tuesday.”
The body of Omori, who lived alone, was found hanging from the park’s boundary wall.
Police recovered two notes from the body. In one, he had written “I am sorry for bothering you”. The second is marked for his family.
His co-workers and neighbours say he seemed disturbed in recent days.
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