A 13-year-old boy died this week while living at a west-central Minnesota juvenile care facility licensed by state corrections officials, police said.

Willmar police and emergency medical responders were alerted about 7:50 a.m. Monday that the teenager was unresponsive at Prairie Lakes Youth Programs in the 1800 block of NE. Civic Center Drive, police said.

The boy was declared dead at the scene, despite emergency care by facility staff, law enforcement and medical personnel, police said.

Because the death occurred in a state-licensed facility, the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) is leading the investigation. BCA spokeswoman Jen Longaecker on Thursday gave no additional details.

Police on Monday said there was no signs of trauma or violent death.

The boy's identity was not released. Autopsy results were pending.

Prairie Lakes operates as a residential facility under licensing by the state Department of Corrections. It offers clients individual services as well as assistance to families with youth who have committed crimes or are coping with other challenges. It's licensed to house 17 clients ages 10-21.