The family of a man who drowned in a dam are desperately seeking answers to the 25-year-old’s whereabouts in the hours before his death. Taiki Kano was found dead south of Ballina, northern NSW, on November 26 after his car was spotted abandoned on the roadside. NSW Police have said Taiki’s death is not suspicious. Taiki Kano was found dead in a dam south of Ballina, northern NSW, at November 25 after his car was found abandoned However his brother, Genta, is desperate to find out what Taiko was doing in the hours before his death. Mr Kano flew to Australia to meet with local police, as well as Taiki’s friends and housemates in Coffs Harbour. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Two female cops are taken to hospital after colliding… New Year’s Day horror as a man is brutally stabbed in the… Share this article Share Mr Kano flew to Australia to meet with local police, as well as Taiki’s (pictured) friends and housemates in Coffs Harbour He has urged anyone with information to come forward. Yasuki worked in Australia for two years, and his brother described him as a laidback person who often made jokes, Northern Star reported. Last week,… Read full this story
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