Leading Taiwanese weapons developer discovered lifeless in resort room

Ou Yang Li-hsing, 57, the deputy head of the military-owned Nationwide Chung Shan Institute of Science and Know-how, was discovered lifeless in a resort room in southern Pingtung County on Saturday morning, the institute stated in a press release.

When police arrived on the scene they decided he had suffered a coronary heart assault, stated Wang Chin-tsung, a precinct deputy director of the Pingtung County Police Division.

There have been no indicators of foul play, he added.

“After checking the surveillance video footage and surveying the hotel room, police found the windows to be closed and did not see any signs of a break-in or fighting, nor did we find any wounds on Ou Yang’s body,” Wang stated.

Ou Yang’s household stated he had a historical past of coronary heart illness and had a cardiac stent.

Ou Yang, who oversaw the event of assorted sorts of missile, had taken up his function on the institute earlier this 12 months.