Police are still waiting for the result of forensic tests on a copy of an email threatening state MP Bev McArthur which was alleged to have come from the office of neighbouring South West Coast MP Roma Britnell.
State Parliament is sitting again today, which has brought the matter up again.
Ms Britnell has denied any involvement and initiated a complaint which led to the police investigation.
It's understood the copy of the email, which was contained in a letter, has been provided to Warrnambool police and the Victorian Parliamentary Security Committee.
The letter was addressed to Mrs McArthur's employee Jennifer Lowe at the Upper House MPs' Port Fairy electoral office.
The email print out purported to be from Ms Britnell to one of her employees, Jarrod Woolley.
The email says Mrs McArthur and Mrs Lowe were problems and needed to be "taken out".
The email was allegedly sent in January, printed out in July and brought to the attention of police about July 12.
This morning Detective Senior Constable Wayne Ryan, of the Warrnambool police crime investigation unit, said the investigation was still ongoing.
He said there was really no further comment to make.
"There's nothing to report to the public. All evidence is still being forensically examined," he said.
A police source previously said police had no suspects and it was unlikely any charges would be laid with the evidence they currently had been provided and obtained.
Ms Britnell and Mr Woolley's email accounts have been examined by investigators and were found to have no link to the email posted to the Port Fairy office.
It's understood the Victorian Parliamentary Security Committee has decided to take no action.
A spokesman for Ms Britnell declined to comment although Ms Britnell has welcomed the investigation.
In a joint statement released mid this month, Ms Britnell and Mrs McArthur confirmed Victoria Police was conducting an investigation and "both look forward to the conclusion of that investigation".
"As this matter is under active police investigation it would be inappropriate to make further comment," they said.
Even though they are both Liberal Party members, Ms Britnell and Mrs McArthur are seen as political rivals.
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