PHOENIX — A 30-year-old man is dead and a suspect is on the run after a late-night stabbing in Phoenix on Sunday, the city's police department said.
Officers arrived at the scene near the intersection of Indian School Road and 31st Avenue where they found the man, later identified as Quinton Letcher, suffering from stab wounds, police said.
Letcher was transported to the hospital where he later died.
"The suspect remains outstanding," Sergeant Melissa Soliz with the department said.
Police haven't released any identifying details about the suspect or what led up to the stabbing.
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