GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - Grand Rapids police are investigating after a body was found Monday morning on the downtown Grand Rapids campus of Grand Valley State University.
The man has been identified as Phu Quoc Theiu Tran, 38. Police said he died sometime overnight of cardiovascular disease.
Police told 24 Hour News 8 at the scene that a GVSU security officer found the body in a car in the DeVos Parking Lot.
Tran was a student at Grand Rapids Community College, and had been at the GVSU computer lab Sunday night.
When police Monday morning checked the computer he used, they discovered he was researching symptoms of heart attacks on the webmd.com website.
They said it appears he then got back into his car, in which he had been living, reclined in the front seat and covered himself with a blanket.
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