Police identify body found in S. Fargo Hornbacher's parking lot

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FARGO, N.D. (Valley News Live) Update: On February 9, 2019 at 9:12 a.m., Fargo Police Officers responded to a report of a deceased person inside a vehicle in the Hornbacher’s parking lot, 1532 32nd Ave. S. Upon arrival, they found an elderly male who was deceased. The male is identified as Roger Allen Fjeldahl, 68 years old, from Fargo. It is not believed he died due to the inclement weather. No foul play is expected. The incident is still under investigation.

Original: A body was found in a car in the 32nd Avenue Hornbacher's parking lot Saturday morning.

Fargo police say around 9 a.m., a customer noticed a man slumped over in the driver’s seat. The customer knocked on the window and when the man didn’t respond, they called authorities.

The man had died at the scene.

A Fargo police sergeant says the man had been in the parking lot for a day or two before he was discovered. Officers didn't note anything suspicious and it appears the man died because of a medical condition.

His name and age have not been released.

The investigation is ongoing.

This is the second time, in less than two weeks, that a body has been found at a supermarket parking lot.

On January 30, police discovered the body of 65-year-old Barbara Anne Barry in a parking lot at 1401 33 St. S.

According to police, she'd been there for a few months.