Prince Autopsy Completed, Results Inconclusive

News surrounding Prince’s passing continues to come in. Just a day after his shocking and tragic death, a four-hour autopsy was conducted in Ramsey, Minnesota and details have emerged.

According to CNN, “it could be days or weeks before results are complete,” but there have been some findings. There were no signs of trauma on the singer’s body and his death is not believed to be a suicide, according to Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson.

More details will be revealed at a later date. That’s because no information will be released “until the exam is complete and all the results are obtained,” as per the medical examiner’s office.

While several details could not be discussed—including the medication that Prince was taking at the time of his death— Olson delivered a promise to the general public: “We are going to leave no stone unturned with this and make sure the public knows what happened.”

It is believed that Prince died alone at his Paisley Park compound in Minnesota, though it remains unclear how the legend passed away.

On April 15, Prince’s private jet made an emergency landing 48 minutes away from his home. While his representatives have said that it was due to the flu, sources told TMZ that it was done in order to administer a “save shot,” which is normally given to counter the effects from an opiate.

TMZ also reports that the icon was treated for a Percocet overdose six days before his final breath.

Due to his immense success and influence in music, tributes have poured in from friends and fans alike, from online to onstage.