FAIRFIELD -- The death of a man whose body was found with a single gunshot wound to the head in the parking lot of a Chambers Street business Monday morning is being investigated as "suspicious."
Police had not released the identification of the middle-aged, white man as of Monday.
However, his body was found in a black SUV with out-of-state license plates, with the driver-side door open.
A revolver was found near the body.
Chambers Street was blocked off between Commerce Drive and Johnson Drive while police investigate.
Universal Thread, at 30 Chambers St., was founded in 1946 "to meet the needs of regional manufacturers by providing a wide range of customized thread grinding services," according to the company's website.
No other details on the man's death were immediately available Monday morning. Follow the Fairfield Citizen and Connecticut Post on Twitter at http://twitter.com/ffldcitizen and http://twitter.com/connpost for updates as the story develops.