Body Discovered in Parking Lot at Colorado State University

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – A body was found in the parking lot of a residence hall at Colorado State University (CSU) July 25, according to Fox News. Police suspect foul play was involved.

An officer discovered the body of Matthew Quitmeyer, 27, around 11:10 p.m. and immediately sought medical assistance. The officer, along with the CSUPD, attempted to revive the man, using CPR and an AED (automated electronic defibrillator) with no response.

Quitmeyer was taken to the Poudre Valley Hospital by ambulance where he was pronounced dead.

Quitmeyer, who was not carrying identification, was a victim of a gunshot wound to the chest. He was not a current student at CSU, although he had attended the university in 2007.

Police are still searching for a suspect.

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