A forensic examination into death of a Te Aroha woman has raised more questions than it has answers, police say.
The 28-year-old woman was found dead at her Stanley Rd house yesterday morning and, due to the sudden unexplained nature of her death, the police this morning began conducting a forensic examination to look for anything suspicious.
But police area investigations manager for Eastern Waikato, Detective Senior Sergeant Graham Pitkethley, said a post-mortem examination carried out in Auckland today to try and establish the cause of the her death was ''inconslusive''.
Mr Pitkethley said they would now have to wait on the results of further forensic examinations, including toxicology tests, to find out what happened. These tests were expected to take some time.
"At this point in time the woman's death remains an unexplained sudden death,'' he said.
Mr Pitkethley said an examination of the Stanley Ave property was continuing today as were enquiries with residents in and around the immediate area.
"The woman's death is not believed to be linked to any other matters that have taken place in Te Aroha in recent days.''
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