FLORIDA— A woman was found dead in a car in the parking lot of a convenience store in Orlando on Thursday, police said.
The death has not been ruled a homicide, but the Orlando Police Department said they were investigating.
The woman, who had been seen by a witness, was found by a man who saw her in the lot of the Walgreens in Orlando around 8 p.m.
The man called police to report the woman was not breathing and was found unresponsive at the scene.
Orlando police said the woman’s death is not believed to be suspicious.
The woman was identified by family as 34-year-old Rachel J. Creswell.
Police said there were no signs of forced entry into the store.
The Walgens are not cooperating with police, said Scott McFarland, a spokesman for the chain.
The Walgills store is located at the intersection of South Boulevard and South Orange Avenue in Orlando.
It is not clear if the victim was an employee or not.
A Walgill spokeswoman said she could not comment on whether employees had been contacted.
The victim’s father told the Orlando Sentinel that his daughter had been a customer of the store since 2013 and she had never been a problem.
“She was a nice person,” the father, John Cresco, told the newspaper.
“She never did anything to anybody.
She was a normal person.”
The Walgreen’s chain said in a statement Thursday that the company is cooperating with the investigation.
“We’re saddened to learn of this incident, and our thoughts and prayers are with Rachel’s family and friends,” the statement read.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.