A coroner on the Dodecanese Island of Rhodes has reportedly found no indications of injury due to wrongdoing or any criminal act, after completing an autopsy on the body of noted British doctor and BBC presenter Michael Mosley, according to a Greek Police (EL.AS) spokeswoman on Monday.

Mosley’s body was found at the bottom of a very rocky hill at the Aghia Marina beach on the adjacent isle of Symi on Sunday after a search began on Wednesday.

At the same time, the cause of death is believed to be natural causes, although the advanced decomposition of the body has made a determination difficult. Spokeswoman Konstantina Dimoglidou said the position in which the body was found and the fact that no injuries were ascertained led to the determination of natural causes. A toxicology report is pending.

The body had remained exposed along the rocks for four days in very hot weather.

Mosley, the father of four, was holidaying on the island with his wife and another couple when he went missing, leaving the group in the midday to return by foot to his lodging. He was last seen on CCTV footage of a beach bar slowly ascending up a hill close to the spot where he body was subsequently discovered.