Scott Krulick, 22,Google programmer found dead inside Manhattan’s Google headquarters
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The body of Scott Krulick, 22, was found in a sixth-floor office at 111 Eighth Ave. near W. 16th St. about 9 p.m. Friday.
Krulick had no obvious injuries and no drugs were found on him, police sources said.
He was hired by Google as a programmer over the summer after he graduated from Carnegie Mellon University. He was a software engineering intern with the company since 2016. He also interned at WhatsApp for Facebook, according to his online resume.PAID POSTWhat Is This?
Krulick attended Saratoga Springs High School before earning a perfect 2400 on the SAT and going to Carnegie Mellon, his resume states.
“We are still gathering more information and want to remain respectful of the family during this difficult time,” a Google spokeswoman said.
Krulick’s neighbors said that he and his roommate — another Carnegie Mellon graduate — moved into his W. 11th St. building in November.
“They both moved here from Pennsylvania. They both worked for Google,” a neighbor who only identified herself as Ann, told the Daily News. “They were really quiet. They had a couple of people over last week. I heard a girl’s voice, but not even music.”
An autopsy has been slated to determine how Krulick died.