Harry Harling's family seek answers
More than two months after he died, teenager Harry Harling was finally laid to rest on Saturday in his home country of England.
Harry was found dead at the base of an empty apartment block in Motor City, Dubai, in March.
Police investigated his death, carrying out forensic examinations of the scene, interviews with witnesses and a post mortem.
After finishing their enquiries, the police concluded Harry had taken his own life by jumping from the apartment block.
His family, though, do not accept these findings and are continuing to seek information about Harry's last hours, particularly after he left a party about 12am.
It is not surprising that his family are determined to find out as much as they can about how he died.
After all, Harry was an intelligent young man, seemingly without any more problems than a boy of his age would be expected to have.
If I was in their position, and I pray that I never am, I suspect I would be the same.
Whether Harry died by his own hands, fell by accident or some other means, his family need to be 100 per cent sure about what happened.
I doubt it will make the pain of their loss any less, but it may help them move forward together.
Simon Pluckrose is Head of News at Al Sidra Media LLC, the publisher of 7DAYSinDUbai.com, 7DAYSinAbuDhabi.com and the newspaper 7DAYS