A man whose body was found in a North York parking lot last month died in Lancaster County, according to police.

David Sellers, 43, of York, had been dead in the car for two or three days before being found in the passenger seat of the white sedan on Sept. 17, according to the York County Coroner's Office.

A passer-by called 911 about 2 p.m. that day after spotting Sellers' body inside the car, which was parked in a lot at the corner of West 10th Avenue and North Beaver Street, according to Northern York County Regional Police.

An autopsy was performed, but the cause and manner of Sellers' death won't be ruled on until toxicology tests are complete, the coroner's office said.

The body showed no signs of foul play, according to Deputy Coroner Jeffri Goodfellow.

Northern Regional Lt. David Lash said Sellers died in Lancaster County and his body driven to North York. The investigation has been turned over to police there, he said.

Sgt. Tom Rudzinski of Manheim Township Police confirmed his department is investigating and said it's possible Sellers died in Manheim Township.