On June 2, Nancy Catapermal was found dead at her husband's home at Résidence Argy, Flacq. A post-mortem examination carried out the next day by Dr Sudesh Kumar Gungadin, a forensic pathologist, established that she had died of left ventricular failure.

However, the head of the forensic department recommended that the Eastern Criminal Investigation Division (CID) carry out further investigations. Subjected to close interrogation, the victim's husband ended up confessing. In particular, he revealed that he had suffocated his wife with a pillow. The husband was arrested yesterday, Monday June 24, three weeks after the murder of the young woman, which he had disguised as a natural death.

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