London police investigating after man's body found in vehicle downtown

London police are investigating after a body was found in a vehicle downtown Wednesday morning.

It was around 7:45 a.m. when police were called to a parking lot off Talbot Street, behind the building where the Harmony Grand Buffet used to be, across from the Greyhound station.

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A London police sergeant on scene told 980 CFPL the individual is a man between 25- and 35-years-old. He said there was nothing inside the vehicle to suggest the man’s cause of death, and that a toxicology report would likely be needed.

Although the investigation is in the hands of London police’s Major Crimes Unit, the officer said the death wasn’t suspicious and there was no indication of foul play or criminal activity.

An employee from the digital marking company which calls the building home, Arcane, tells 980 CFPL he made the discovery this morning; he said he owns the black pickup truck parked next to the Dodge vehicle where the body was found.

The employee says he was given the day off work.

A coroner has visited the scene, and London police say their investigation is ongoing.

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