Police are investigating the death of an American-Japanese businessman accused of involvement in a $200 million fraud scam. The body of Harry Shizuo Suzuki, 62, was found by a cleaner at Yeebo (International Holdings) Limited's office in Kwai Chung at about 8 am on Monday. Initial autopsy reports found Suzuki had a broken neck, heart problems, and injuries to his forehead and hands. His family has told police that Suzuki recently consulted a Chinese medicine practitioner for heart problems. Kwai Tsing detectives yesterday exchanged information with Commercial Crime Bureau officers who have been investigating irregularities in the 1995 accounts of the listed liquid crystal display supplier. But Chief Inspector Ng Kwok-keung said it was too early to conclude the death was suspicious. Suzuki and two people had been released on bail for alleged involvement in a fraud scam worth more than $200 million. He was supposed to report to police next month. Suzuki's body was found outside the toilet. There were no signs of forced entry. A staff member said: 'He often worked overtime. Most of our staff left at about 12.30 pm last Saturday and Mr Suzuki was last seen around 1 pm.' Some employees believed Suzuki might have slipped and hit his head on the metal handle of an air-conditioner ventilator on the wall near where his body was found. Police do not yet know whether there was any alcohol in Suzuki's blood. A Yeebo employee said Suzuki would occasionally drink beer or wine after work but seldom returned to the office after doing so. Suzuki, a founder and vice-president of the company, was one of two people who reported the scam to the police in March last year. But Commercial Crime Bureau Superintendent Armond Chan Yiu-kwok said the pair had later become suspects and were arrested. Mr Chan said Suzuki's death would not affect their inquiry and a final report on the case would soon be submitted to the Legal Department. Yeebo has initiated legal action against a group of ex-directors for losses of $217 million. Yeebo was set up in 1988 and listed in September 1993. Its shares were suspended in March last year after the civil proceedings. It resumed trading on May 26.