A man died after suffering a heart condition while plumbing a home in the capital, Virginia.
George Gray died on Thursday after he collapsed at his home in Arlington, according to a statement from the Virginia Department of Public Health and Human Resources.
He was 71.
In a statement, the department said that Gray, a 63-year-old retired plumber from New River, Virginia, was hospitalized after the incident and was taken to a local hospital for a “cardiac evaluation.”
A few days after Gray’s death, authorities issued an Amber Alert for the man, who was last seen walking toward the intersection of Arlington and Martin Luther King Jr. avenues around 6 p.m. local time.
His identity was not released.
The department said in a news release that Gray’s body was sent to a lab for a toxicology test, but it did not say what was found.
The body was then sent to the Fairfax County Coroner’s Office for autopsies.