The team of Pakistani investigators, which went to Jamaica to investigate Bob Woolmer's murder, has finalised its report and will be submitting it to the government today. The two-member team was dispatched from Pakistan on the request of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
According to a member of the Pakistani investigation team, Mir Zubair Mahmood, left for Islamabad along with Kaleem Imam, additional director-FIA Islamabad, and will present the report to the federal secretary of Interior Ministry, Kamal Shah. The investigation team arrived in Jamaica on April 10 and there in collaboration with Scotland Yard and Jamaican police investigated the case for two weeks up to April 26.
Mahmood said that the Jamaican police and the Scotland Yard officials fully cooperated with the team during the investigation. According to the sources of the investigation team, various aspects of the murder case were discussed in Jamaica. The most important among them was the involvement of bookies in Woolmer's murder, often cited as the prime reason behind his murder.