Chicago (CBS) — An Oswego man succumbed to his injuries after he was found badly burned behind the Kohl’s store on Route 34 Friday afternoon, police said.

Homer Wilson, 53, was found lying in a snowbank with severe burns on his face and body.

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Police say they also found a gas can and remnants of an igniter.

The man was taken to a local hospital in critical condition and airlifted to Loyola Hospital where he was pronounced dead around 6 p.m.

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An autopsy was conducted Saturday morning, but the final results have not been yet received.

Investigators say the evidence does not indicate foul play or that the incident was accidental.

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Oswego police are assuring residents that there is no threat to their safety.