A 30-year-old man who was found dead at his residence last week died from natural causes, according to police.

Detective Sgt. Bryan Cunningham said an autopsy on Christopher James Moore determined Moore died as the result of a “cardiac arrhythmia/infarction,” according to Moore’s death certificate.

According to the Mayo Clinic’s website, heart arrhythmias “occur when the electrical impulses in [the] heart that coordinate … heartbeats don’t function properly, causing [the] heart to beat too fast, too slow or irregularly.”

Infarction is the technical term for a heart attack.

Moore’s body was discovered at his Cardinal Circle residence around 9:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 5., according to Police Chief Jeff Trafton. Trafton said Moore’s brother was the one who made the discovery.

Both Trafton and Cunningham said officers found nothing suspicious at the scene, but Trafton said before the cause of death had been determined, Moore’s age automatically raised questions for officers.

“Anytime a young person passes away, your awareness is heightened as an investigator,” said Trafton. “30-year-old people don’t just drop dead.”

Cunningham said no additional autopsies would be conducted, but said a blood sample would be sent to the Medical Examiner’s office so that a toxicology screen could be performed, as is standard practice.