'No criminal suspicion' in death of DJ Avicii in Oman: Royal Oman Police
April 24, 2018 | 5:23 PM
by Times News Service
Swedish EDM DJ Avicii

Muscat: There is “no criminal suspicion” in the death of Swedish EDM DJ Avicii, who was found dead in Oman last Friday, Oman’s official news agency, ONA, reported on Tuesday.

The official government news agency reported that Royal Oman Police (ROP) had confirmed that two post mortems were carried out following the DJ's death, confirming there was "no criminal suspicion".

Meanwhile the family of the Swedish star, whose real name is Tim Bergling, thanked fans for their support following the DJ's death last week.

His family praised fans and other musicians for their tributes, which included and tributes at Coachella.

Fellow electronic dance music (EDM) artists, fans and musicians have been sharing their memories of the DJ.

Kygo dedicated a portion of his Coachella performance to Avicii.

In Stockholm, the city Avicii was born, thousands gathered on Saturday to remember him.

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