A man has been accused of homicide after the demise of Wellington occupant Richard Wallace.
Wallace, 70, was discovered dead in his Strathmore Ave home on July 22, yet police presently accept he was killed three days sooner on, July 19.
Investigator Senior Sergeant Tim Leitch said the 52-year-elderly person charged will show up in Wellington District Court on Thursday. He was captured on Wednesday evening.
A 37-year-elderly person will likewise show up in Wellington District Court on Thursday, accused of endeavored robbery and thievery, which police accept occurred at Wallace’s home on July 5 and 6.
He has likewise been accused of a further two checks of robbery and injuring with careless dismissal according to three random occurrences.
Leitch said agents were as yet keen on talking with any individual who might have seen or addressed Wallace in the days paving the way to his demise, just as anybody with other data.
“Police might want to thank people in general for the data gave up until now. This has helped lead to the captures today and gave incredible consolation to Mr Wallace’s loved ones,” he said.
Beforehand, police said Wallace’s passing was being treated as unexplained.
“Mr Wallace had wounds, and we are attempting to get when and how these happened. Along these lines, his passing is as yet being treated as unexplained as of now,” Detective Inspector Darrell Harpur said beforehand.