A person was discovered overwhelmed and stabbed to demise Wednesday in a Mission Seashore-area park, authorities reported.
The physique of the unidentified man, who appeared to have been a transient in his 40s or 50s, was found at Bonita Cove Park within the 900 block of West Mission Bay Drive shortly earlier than 6:30 a.m., in line with the San Diego Police Division.
Along with stab wounds, the sufferer had suffered “facial and upper-body accidents that indicated (he) had been overwhelmed,” SDPD Lt. Steve Shebloski mentioned.
Detectives have decided that the person bought right into a combat with a bunch of a couple of half-dozen youths sooner or later within the early morning, in line with police.
“It seems the sufferer was overwhelmed and stabbed throughout this bodily confrontation,” Shebloski mentioned Wednesday afternoon. “Murder detectives are at the moment processing the (crime) scene for bodily proof, trying to find surveillance video and trying to find any witnesses who might be able to present extra detailed descriptions of the (group) or present extra info on the occasions main as much as the demise of the (man).”
Metropolis Information Service contributed to this text.