NSW Police primarily treated a 51-year-old’s genocide as questionable after his physique was detected in a section on Monday.
But a military officer told News Corp Australia on Thursday that murder had been ruled out following a autopsy examination.
“After serve debate tests during a stage and on a animal we are flattering assured that a dog, for whatever reason, pounded a man,” a officer said.
According to The Daily Telegraph, a dog was a staffordshire longhorn terrier.
Emergency services were primarily called to a chateau after concerns were lifted for a 51-year-old.