DETROIT (KDKA) — A missing 23-year-old woman was found dead near Detroit, Michigan on Thursday.

According to CBS Detroit, Elizabeth Hock was found on the roof of a Home Depot in Commerce Township.

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Authorities listed her cause of death as “pending toxicology results,” but said that foul play is not suspected.

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Hock’s family last saw her alive on Tuesday, Sept. 6. Her sister, Emilie, said she last spoke with her sister that night.

Concern for her well-being grew when her car was found by police in front of a PetSmart, next door to the Home Depot, with her purse and ID inside.

Police were called to the PetSmart two days later after an unaccounted for set of car keys were found. Investigating deputies found some of Hock’s personal belongings on the roof of the business. While searching the roof of the adjoining Home Depot, they found her body.

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The woman has apparently been dead for several days. It is not known how she ended up on the roof.