Autopsy Reveals Little About Weekend Death Of Lubbock Man - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

7/10/06

Autopsy Reveals Little About Weekend Death Of Lubbock Man

No sign of trauma and no obvious cause of death... those are the results of a preliminary autopsy performed on a Lubbock man found dead over the weekend.

46-year-old Raul Wilson Jr. was found inside his van, around four o'clock Saturday afternoon. The van was parked in front of the One Stop convenience store at 301 University. Witnesses say it had been there since Friday.

Police have said they do not suspect foul play. Toxicology test results should provide a cause of death in the coming days.

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