An autopsy on the body of Philip Seymour Hoffman has been ruled inconclusive, while four people have been arrested on drugs charges in New York.
An autopsy on the body of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has failed to confirm what killed him.
Police investigating the 46-year-old's death have arrested four people in New York.
US correspondent Angela Cox joins me now.
The four were arrested on drugs charges?
They have already started facing court in New York.
Police arrested three men and a woman at a New York apartment building overnight.
They are suspected of being connected to the drugs found in Philip Seymour Hoffman's apartment.
At this stage don't face trafficking charges.
Police allegedly found 350 bags of heroin.
One of the alleged dealers is a 57-year-old jazz musician who played for Mick Jagger and Amy Winehouse.
He had Philip Seymour Hoffman's phone number in his phone.
Somebody went into the police station saying that he saw Philip Seymour Hoffman buying drugs in the apartment and said that he was trying to kick the habit but having trouble.
An autopsy has been carried out, inconclusive, the corner is waiting on the toxicology reports.
Last night friends and colleagues paid tribute at a premier in New York.
He was a very special human being, one of the best actors to ever live, without a doubt.
I was with him months ago at dinner, he seemed in pretty good shape.
I mean, there is no way to explain it.
Tonight broadway is due to dim its lights.
A wake will be held tomorrow afternoon.
And the following day, a very small private funeral, just family and close friends.
A memorial is being planned for