Autopsy inconclusive for Loyola University student
CHICAGO (AP) — An autopsy on the body of a Loyola University student found in Lake Michigan has failed to determine the cause of death.
The Cook County Medical Examiner's Office says Friday's autopsy was inconclusive pending further studies.
Twenty-five-year-old Christopher Evans was pulled from Chicago's Belmont Harbor early Thursday.
Evans was last seen running toward the lake in a North Side neighborhood early Sunday.
His friends have told police they last saw him after going to a tavern and he seemed agitated.
Evans was a part-time student at Loyola. He was enrolled in the MBA program in the Quinlan School of Business. He was also a financial analyst at Loyola in the Financial Services Office.