A 59-year-old man was stabbed a number of instances in Mission Bay Park on Monday night, San Diego police mentioned.
The sufferer was standing at a firepit in an space of the park close to the terminus of Clairmont Drive when a person and a girl walked as much as him shortly earlier than 8:25 p.m., Officer Robert Heims mentioned.
The sufferer mentioned the couple requested if he wanted something. The sufferer informed the couple he may use some water.
Then the person pulled out a knife and, for an unknown motive, repeatedly stabbed the sufferer, Heims mentioned.
After the assault, the person and lady ran off towards Interstate 5, the officer mentioned.
The sufferer was stabbed seven instances — 3 times within the chest, three within the again and as soon as in his left arm. Heims mentioned the sufferer was taken to a hospital for remedy of wounds not thought of to be life-threatening.
The assailant was described as about 6-feet tall, lanky and carrying a darkish polo shirt. The lady together with his was described as “petite and pregnant,” Heims mentioned.
Detectives from the Northern Division are investigating the incident.