The man's home is located on Eau Claire's west side.
EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) - Eau Claire police say there's no reason to believe foul play is involved in a man's death.
Officers were at the home on 14th Street near Folsom Street Wednesday afternoon.
Lieutenant James Southworth says there were no visible wounds on the 32-year-old man and his death doesn't appear to be a suicide, but he says it isn't suspicious.
Southworth says they're waiting for toxicology reports to confirm a cause of death which could take up to a month to complete.
UPDATE: Crews cleared the scene around 4 p.m. - no other details were released.
Eau Claire Police officers with the crime scene van are working what police say is a death investigation of a 32-year-old man at a home on Eau Claire's west side.
Our crew on the scene says several officers are at the home on 14th Street near Folsom. No other details are being released.
Four squad cars and the van could be seen outside the home. People who live in the other side of the duplex appeared to come and go from their homes Wednesday afternoon. The medical examiner arrived at 3:30 p.m. to take the man's body from the home.
We will bring you the latest on the investigation as we learn more.