(GOSHEN) – Goshen Police are investigating the death of a man who was found in his car.
Goshen Police Chief Jose Miller says just before 12 PM Monday, officers were sent to 4024 Elkhart Road for a welfare check on an individual who had been living in his vehicle and had not been heard from in several weeks.
Officers arrived and found a 64 year old man dead in the vehicle.
The man had multiple health issues and it is believed these are the cause of his death. The matter remains under investigation.
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