The Owen Sound Police Service's investigation into the death of 19-year-old soldier Andrew Fitzgerald is now complete.
The results of an autopsy conducted at the London Health Sciences Centre will not be released.
According to officials, foul play is not suspected after the body of the Canadian Armed Forces soldier was found in the water near the Water Treatment Plant on the east-side of the Owen Sound harbour last Thursday.
Officers with the OSPD also say there will be no further comment regarding the investigation.
Fitzgerald's disappearance on August 13th prompted a joint search by Owen Sound Police Service, Ontario Provincial Police, and the Canadian Armed Forces.
The young soldier had recently graduated from a course at the 4th Canadian Division Training Centre in Meaford.
Fitzgerald had gone for dinner with his parents and went out to celebrate with friends the night he went missing.