"There's no indication of what led up to this," a Seattle Police Department spokesman said Saturday.
Police found a 34-year-old man stabbed to death Friday night in West Seattle.
Responding to a call, officers arrived at the 1600 block of Southwest Cambridge Street around 9:45 p.m. At that point, the man wasn’t breathing, according to Seattle Police Department spokesman Mark Jamieson.
Paramedics could not revive him.
A K-9 unit and King County helicopter failed to find a suspect.
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“There’s no indication of what led up to this, or the motive,” Jamieson said Saturday morning. Homicide detectives were continuing to investigate.
The King County Medical Examiner has not released the victim’s name.