YOSEMITE National PARK, Calif. — The body of a longtime Northern California professor was discovered very last 7 days in Yosemite Nationwide Park, and park officials are asking any person who may perhaps have observed him there to connect with investigators.

James Youngblom, 64, experienced been climbing by itself. His overall body was found on June 25, the Nationwide Park Service reported in a assertion Wednesday.

The statement did not disclose information on how Youngblom died. Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office environment spokesman Deputy Nico Sandelin reported an autopsy has not but been finished. Park spokesman Scott Gediman furnished no other details, citing an ongoing investigation.

Any one who may perhaps have witnessed Youngblom in the space of White Wolf, Pate Valley or the Grand Canyon of The Tuolumne among June 22 and June 25 should really contact the Nationwide Park Provider Investigative Products and services Branch, the statement mentioned. The tip line is 888-653-0009.