Theft charges have been laid after four young men approached police with information surrounding the death of Wellington bus driver Herman Curry.
Detective Inspector Darrin Thomson says police have recovered Mr Curry’s cash box, which was stolen from the Waterloo Interchange Bus Depot on Friday night.
They have also released the preliminary results of a post-mortem which showed no evidence of injuries consistent with any type of assault.
A 15-year-old and 16-year-old have been referred to Youth Aid in relation to the theft of Mr Curry’s cash box.
A 17-year-old and 20-year-old will appear in the Lower Hutt District Court on Tuesday, also charged with theft.
Detective Inspector Darrin Thomson says police have been working closely with Mr Curry's family.
He says it's a terrible situation for a family to go through, but they're happy with the progress made by police today.
However he says it's too early to exclude the possibility of further charges being laid.
Photo: Herman Curry (Supplied)