May 25, 2015


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Man found dead on Spence Street had several large, deep knife wounds

Fire crews wash down the scene of a stabbing that occurred early Saturday morning in front of 590 Spence St. A witness states a white male in his early 60s was stabbed several times in the chest and back and was found lying on the street by a passerby. He was taken to hospital and died of his injuries.

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Fire crews wash down the scene of a stabbing that occurred early Saturday morning in front of 590 Spence St. A witness states a white male in his early 60s was stabbed several times in the chest and back and was found lying on the street by a passerby. He was taken to hospital and died of his injuries. Photo Store

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