Preliminary autopsy results show Florida State University graduate Ryan Uhre died from an accidental fall, Tallahassee Police said Monday. NBC 6's Steve Litz reports.
Preliminary autopsy results show Florida State University graduate Ryan Uhre died from an accidental fall, Tallahassee Police said Monday.
The body of Uhre, 23, was found in the abandoned building in downtown Tallahassee last Tuesday, after police set off a massive two-week search for the missing man.
According to police, the building did not have a second floor and it appears Uhre fell through a window on the second story and died from injuries he sustained after falling to the ground floor.
It's believed Uhre was alone when he fell through the window, police said.
The final report won't be complete until all data is reviewed, including toxicology reports, police said.
Uhre, from Weston, disappeared the night of Feb. 2 after leaving Andrews Restaurant in Tallahassee.
He graduated from FSU in December, and went to high school at St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Broward.
Uhre was preparing to go to law school and was interning for Weston State Rep. Richard Stark.
A funeral for Uhre was held at St. Bonaventure Catholic Church in Davie Sunday.