Two young men charged with theft in the wake of the death of Lower Hutt bus driver Herman Curry will make their first court appearances on Tuesday.
The 17-year-old and the 20-year-old were charged on Sunday with the theft of Mr Curry's cash box from his bus at Waterloo Interchange on Friday night.
Emergency services performed CPR on Mr Curry, 64, at the Waterloo Interchange Bus Depot around 10pm on Friday but he died at the scene.
Two youths aged 15 and 16 have been referred to Youth Aid.
Detective Inspector Darrin Thomson said a post-mortem examination showed Mr Curry did not die as a result of any assault or act of violence, but he could not provide any further information about his death.
Det Insp Thomson said police were not seeking anyone else in connection with Mr Curry's death but they did want to hear from anyone in the vicinity of Cudby and Pohutukawa streets in Waterloo between 9.30pm and 10.30pm on Friday.
Police are very interested in the movements of a blue Toyota Previa and its occupants about that time, and of the same car on Saturday morning at the northern end of Te Whiti Park near the Waiwhetu Stream.