NT Police are asking the public to help solve the death of a man who was found in an Alice Springs home on Thursday, but have provided no information to assist.
In a statement with no details other than that a man had died in a home in the suburb of Braitling, police have broadly asked anyone who “may have seen or heard something in the area” between 10am and 2pm on Thursday to report it to them.
The police were not forthcoming with information that may assist them – and the public – to determine the details of the death.
The street was not named. It is not clear if the man lived in the house. There was nothing in the statement to suggest police suspect foul play and there was nothing to suggest the man died of natural causes. There was no description of the man, his age, or any other relevant details that might help the public recall if they have any information.
It’s also unclear if a criminal investigation into the death is underway.
But if you happened to have “seen or heard something” anywhere in the suburb of Braitling on Thursday between 10am and 2pm, police want you to call them on 131 444 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
There was no case reference number provided.
Police said a report was being prepared for the coroner.