Investigations into the murder of a Chinese man in Port Moresby are underway. The suspects remain at large.
NCD Metropolitan Superintendent, Ben Turi, told EMTV News that police are yet to make arrests.
The murder occurred inside a bakery shop at Koki, in the early hours of last Tuesday morning.
Today marks one week since the murder occurred.
According to eye witnesses, thugs forcefully climbed through the side window using window jacks to gain access and entered the shop.
Since the murder, NCD and Central Divisional Commander, Sylvester Kalaut, has appealed to Koki and Badili residents to come forward with information.
This is the second time, a murder has occurred at the same shop.
In 2013, two foreigners of Asian origin, were murdered in the same shop and two suspects were arrested for the brutal killing. One was given a death sentence by Deputy Chief Justice, Sir Gibbs Salika. The convict’s accomplice has been given 30 years imprisonment with hard labor.