Police found a parked vehicle in downtown Regina which matched the description given to them when Lockhart was reported missing.
The causes surrounding his death are still unknown, but as the investigation continues it does not appear, at this time, that there is a criminal aspect to this case.
Police are working with the coroner to clarify the circumstances of Lockhart's death and said the death does not appear to be suspicious.
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A man who was reported missing on Monday, has been found dead inside a vehicle parked in downtown Regina.
A man who was reported missing on Monday has been found dead inside a vehicle parked in downtown Regina.
A police investigation led to the discovery of 29-year-old Carter Lockhart on Tuesday when officers came across a vehicle that matched the description of a vehicle belonging to Lockhart.
According to a police news release, a death investigation has begun, but the case does not appear criminal in nature.
The Regina Police Service is assisting the Coroner in clarifying the circumstances of this death, said the release.