PD: Man's body found on ASU campus

Posted at 8:37 AM, Jul 25, 2016

Arizona State University police say they're investigating the discovery of a body found on the Tempe campus.

Police say a man was found dead about 7 a.m. Monday on a balcony bench in a publicly accessible part of one of the campus buildings near the Memorial Union.

They say there are no obvious signs of foul play and the man apparently was homeless and not associated with the university.

Police say the man's name hasn't been confirmed yet but he was between 40 or 50 years of age.

Summer classes currently are in session at ASU and run through early August.