Toddler’s death is deemed suspicious after examination rules he didn’t die from natural causes – as police appeal for help from the public
- A 15-month-old toddler’s death is being treated as suspicious by police officers
- Police believe he did not die of natural causes after a post-mortem examination
- Emergency services performed CPR on the child but was later declared dead
A toddler’s death is being treated as suspicious after a post-portem examination led police to believe he did not die of natural causes.
Kamahl Bamblett, 15-months-old, was found unresponsive in a Callaghan Street home in Ashmont in New South Wales’ Riverina on January 13 at 10.45am.
He was declared dead at Wagga Wagga Rural Referral Hospital after paramedics performed CPR at the home where he was found.
Police are treating the death of 15-month-old Kamahl Bamblett (pictured right) as suspicious following a post-mortem examination
The toddler has tragically died after being found unresponsive at a rural property in Ashmont
‘We’ve got post-mortem results that have given us concern in relation to the nature and cause of the death,’ an officer said.
‘It’s not a matter that we’re treating as dying from a natural cause.’
Police would not reveal the injuries sustained by the boy.
They are pleading for anyone who may have information to come forward.
The boy’s mother, Tonnisha Sebbens, 20, took to Facebook to pay tribute to Kamahl.
‘Mummy loves you more than anything in this hole [sic] world my darling little boy, Kamahl James Roy Bamblett my darling boy,’ she wrote on Facebook.
Police would not reveal the injuries sustained by the boy (pictured)