Maine State Police are investigating the shooting death of a young Wiscasset man inside his mobile home early Tuesday morning, according to Maine Department of Public Safety spokesman Steve McCausland.

State police said there was no indication of foul play.

The State Medical Examiner’s Office said results of the autopsy on 23-year-old Tyler Wiley were pending additional testing and investigation.

A .22 caliber rifle, believed used in the shooting, has been taken to the State Police Crime Lab for analysis, along with other evidence from inside the home.

Detectives said several friends of Wiley were inside the home when the shooting took place and all have been interviewed. Detectives continue to investigate the circumstances of the shooting and are awaiting the autopsy results from the State Medical Examiner’s Office.

McCausland said one woman and two men were in the home with Wiley at the time of the shooting. He added that they have cooperated with investigators. There was alcohol in the home at the time.

The mobile home is located in the Whippoorwill Mobile Home Park off Route 27. The shooting was reported just after midnight. One of the friends at the home called 911 and reported it to Lincoln County Dispatch at that time.

McCausland said it will be a few weeks at least before the investigation is completed by detectives and the Medical Examiner’s Office. Police have also been in constant contact with the Attorney General’s Office.

Wiley attended Wiscasset High School as a member of the class of 2004. He received his GED in 2005, according to a school spokesman.

Wiscasset police and the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office are also working with state detectives.