Death in Chambers Street parking lot ruled a suicide

Police have identified the man found in a Chambers Street parking lot Monday morning as a Trumbull resident, and his death has been ruled a suicide.

Authorities Tuesday identified the man as Daniel Pirron, 57, of 2122 Avalon Gates, Trumbull.

 It was determined that the cause of death was a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

On Monday, Aug. 13, Fairfield Police were called to the parking lot of Universal Thread Grinding, 30 Chambers St., after a body was found in the parking lot.

Officers arrived to find a middle aged male in the lot with an apparent fatal injury.

Evidence at the scene did not initially lend officers to believe the injury was self inflicted it appeared to be suspicious in nature. The area immediately surrounding the scene was searched by the Fairfield Police K-9 Unit, for any other victims or possible suspects.

Pirron was found near a black SUV with out-of-state plates, not parked in a designated space, the driver’s door left open, police said Monday.

Fairfield detectives and State Police Major Crime Unit processed and collected evidence at the scene.

Yesterday the body was transported to the State Medical Examiner’s office for examination. Based on a forensic analysis during this morning’s autopsy, this case is now classified as a suicide.

The case remains active and anyone with information regarding the incident is encouraged to contact the Fairfield Police Detective Bureau at 203 254-4840.

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