An autopsy today on the body of a Northwestern University student found  Sunday morning in the school’s library was inconclusive.

The Chicago Tribune reports officials at the county medical examiner’s office say it may be two months or more before toxicology test results are completed that may indicate how 25-year-old Brian Tsay, of 2931 Dorina Drive in Northfield, died.

Tsay was enrolled in NU’s School of Continuing Studies, and according to his LinkedIn page, he was taking graduate courses in finance. He’d received a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Michigan in 2008.

Evanston police are investigating the death, but Police Chief Richard Eddington said it’s too early for him to comment on the case.

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