LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) _ What caused the death of a University of Kansas student found in his dormitory room last weekend will not be made known for several weeks.
The autopsy of Skyler Price has been completed, but the cause of death is pending. The Douglas County Coroner's Office said Monday that the results of toxicology tests could take four to six weeks to be completed.
Police said there are no "outward'' signs of foul play, and that the investigation remains ongoing.
Price's body was found Saturday afternoon in his 7th floor room at Oliver Hall on the KU campus.
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