A San Francisco woman has been identified as the woman found dead on Ocean Beach last week, and though her cause of death is still unknown, police do not believe she was a victim of foul play.

As you might recall, U.S. Park Police received reports that a woman's body that had washed up on the Ocean Beach shore on Wednesday, June 24, at around 6 a.m.

The body, which the San Francisco Medical Examiner's Office identified Wednesday as 58-year-old Enna Shan, was found at around Stairwell 15, which is near JFK Boulevard's intersection with Great Highway.

Shan was dressed in street clothes, not swimming attire, when she was found, Golden Gate National Recreation Area spokesperson Alexandra Picavet says.

According to Bay City News, "Shan's death is not being investigated as a homicide" by the U.S. Park Police, which handles deaths on Golden Gate National Recreation Area property.

The ME's office will continue to work to determine the cause of her death, but did not have a timeline on when that report would be released.

Previously: Unidentified Woman's Body Washes Up On Ocean Beach