SAN FRANCISCO—Around 2:20 a.m. on Monday, April 25, a man was stabbed in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District When responding officers arrived the victim was found deceased and no suspect has been found, Officer Albie Esparza of the San Francisco Police Department told San Francisco News.
The victim was found on the sidewalk near a mini-market on the corner of Eddy and Larkin Streets. Investigators closed the intersection for several hours as they processed the crime scene, according to reports. A trail of blood leading from two blood-smeared cars were found on Larkin Street.
No suspect description has been released and the police are looking for witnesses, Officer Esparza told San Francisco News. Even though the victim was stabbed when the responding officers found him the cause of death will not be released until the medical examiner has released the victim’s information. The San Francisco Medical Examiner told San Francisco News that no details on the victim have been released.
“We want to find who is responsible, because we can’t have murderers running around the city,” said Officer Esparza. “These are heinous crimes.”
San Francisco News asked if there had been any updates on finding the suspects from the stabbing of the British man in February. Officer Esparza said the suspects still have not been found and wanted to stress that the police are looking for any information on both of these cases.
For anyone who has information on these cases, they can contact the Anonymous Tip Line at (415) 575-4444.