Warren Police have identified the victim of a fatal structure fire that ravaged a Warren garage Monday night.

According to a police report, the victim was identified as Daniel F. Harigan (49) of Warren.

Harigan's body was found in the ruins of a garage destroyed by fire in Warren Monday night.

The discovery was made early Tuesday as the Ohio Fire Marshal was looking for the cause of a fire that destroyed the garage and several vehicles the night before.

The Trumbull County Coroner and Warren Police are now part of the investigation.

"It's a large structure fire, there's a lot of rubble and things to go through," Captain Jeff Cole said, with the Warren police department.

21 News is working to learn more about the cause of Harigan's death.

The fire was reported just after 7 p.m. Monday on the 190 block of Griswold Avenue. Black smoke was coming out from a garage, which according to Trumbull Dispatch had a vehicle inside of it.

Investigators say it appears the building was being used for several purposes including an auto mechanic and used furniture business.

The state fire marshal's office says the cause has yet to be determined, but for now it does not appear to be suspicious.

Roads in the area of the fire were blocked as crews battled the flames.