DENVER (KDVR) — A man who was found dead inside the Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park was heavily armed and wearing body armor.

He was identified by the Garfield County Coroner late Monday as Diego Barajas Medina, 20, of Carbondale.

Officials first discovered Medina at approximately 9:05 a.m. on Sunday, but due to possible explosives, were not able to recover his body until approximately 4:30 p.m. when the scene was rendered safe by the Grand Junction Bomb Squad.

According to the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office, on Saturday morning, deputies were notified of a man who was found dead inside the park. His body was discovered prior to the park’s opening, and deputies said it was not related to any of the rides.

An autopsy was performed on Medina on Monday, where a contract forensic pathologist found a single gunshot wound in the head. The Garfield County Coroner’s Office said this evidence suggests he died by suicide, and is being investigated as such.

The man illegally entered the park after hours when no employees or guests were around, according to the sheriff’s office.

Deputies continued their investigation over the weekend and identified the man as a 20-year-old from the Carbondale area. He was initially said to be 22 years old, but investigators corrected that Monday afternoon in a news conference.

The man was found dressed in black-colored tactical clothing, bearing patches and emblems that gave the appearance of someone with law enforcement. He was heavily armed with a semi-automatic rifle, semi-automatic handgun and multiple loaded magazines. He was also wearing body armor and a ballistic helmet, according to the sheriff’s office.

The man, who investigators believe died by suicide, also had multiple improvised explosive devices with him and inside his vehicle.

Following the investigation, several members of the bomb squad swept the grounds to ensure no other explosive devices were planted around the park or rides.

The sheriff’s office said the investigation found no members of the public were at risk.

“This very sad and tragic incident reminds us how much our Glenwood Springs community means to us,” Glenwood Caverns general manager Nancy Heard said in a statement. “We appreciate the swift action and thorough work of the Garfield County Sherriff’s Department and Coroner’s Office, as well as the Garfield County All Hazard Response Team and other authorities assisting in the investigation, working together to ensure the park is safe to reopen. Thank you for all you do.”

There has been no further information on how the man died.

“While this investigation is still ongoing and very active, it is important to realize that given the amount of weaponry, ammunition, and explosive devices found, the suspect could have implemented an attack of devastating proportions upon our community and first responders,” said the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office in a release.

The Garfield County Coroner will release the identity of the suspect at a later date.