While examining the property where the famed Australian cricketer was vacationing on the island of Koh Samui, Thailand detectives discovered “blood streaks” on the floor of Shane Warne’s room and on bath towels.

Warne, 52, died on Friday after a suspected heart attack, despite his management doing CPR on him for 20 minutes before an ambulance came. According to skynews.com.au, authorities discovered blood on the floor and bath towels in Warne’s room on Sunday. Australian officials have arrived in Thailand, according to the story, and are seeking to retum his corpse.

“Before leaving Australia, Warne was said to have been suffering from chest problems and had a history of heart illness and asthma. During their investigation of the property, authorities discovered blood traces on the floor of Warne’s room and on bath towels, according to local media sources “According to the report. I

Warne “had consulted a doctor concerning his heart,” according to Yuttana Sirisombat, superintendent of the Bo Phut police station on Koh Samui. Meanwhile, “despite family’s wish to hasten the repatriation to Australia,” Warne’s corpse has been moved to the Thai mainland for an autopsy, according to the newspaper.

According to a story on fox.com.au on Sunday, the spin magician had “just ended a two-week health kick” before his heart attack, according to Weekend Today.