Body found on UCLA campus identified as library worker
A body found on the UCLA campus was identified Wednesday as Reynaldo Quitos, 47, an assistant at the school’s Southern Regional Library Facility, the L.A. County coroner said.
Quitos’ body was found Tuesday afternoon at Boelter Hall, which is across campus from where he worked.
It appears Quitos either fell or jumped from the building, which houses engineering classrooms. The investigation was ongoing, authorities said.
An autopsy was pending to determine the cause of death, coroner’s officials said.
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