BRICK — A car stayed parked outside a Brick 7-Eleven for over 24 hours before a police officer took notice and found a woman's dead body.

A township officer noticed that the blue Honda Accord was parked in the same spot at the store on Burnt Tavern Road as the previous evening while he was patrolling on Wednesday, according to Al Della Fave, spokesman for the Ocean County Prosecutor's Office.

After breaking a window, the officer found Moiyamoe Foffanah, 21, of Philadelphia, seated in the passenger's front seat. There were no signs of trauma on her body, according to Della Fave, and nothing was found to suggest a cause of death in the car.

The Ocean County Medical Examiner is conducting an examination of Foffanah's body.

The body was discovered around 6 p.m. after a Brick Police officer broke the tinted window of the car.

It's the second time this week a body was found inside car at a shopping center. Linden police on Tuesday found a man's body parked outside the Sam's Club store on Linden Avenue.

Linden police on Thursday said the dead man was identified as Francisco Javier Renderos-Dimas, 30, of Elizabeth, and that foul play is not suspected. 

Contact reporter Dan Alexander at Dan.Alexander@townsquaremedia.com.

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