BERKELEY (CBS SF) — The body of a man found near Grizzly Peak on University of California at Berkeley campus Sunday afternoon has been identified by the Alameda County coroner’s bureau as 22-year-old Concord resident Lorenzo Baltazar-Trujillo.

At about 2:20 p.m. Sunday, a female hiker found Baltazar-Trujillo’s body at the base of a 100-foot cliff near a popular hiking spot, UC Berkeley police said.

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The hiker tried to give first aid to the man but then realized he was deceased.

She notified police, who responded and did not find any signs of foul play.

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Investigators have not reported any signs of foul play and believed the death was unintended.

A person died at almost the same location last year, but witnesses were present during that incident.

UC Berkeley police were not immediately releasing more information about Baltazar-Trujillo’s death as of this morning.

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