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Police Investigate Homicide Downtown, Streets Opened

Thursday, October 16, 2014

 

Police investigate homicide downtown.

Portland police are investigating an apparent homicide downtown that caused streets near City Hall to be closed in the early morning hours. 

The streets around City Hall were opened shortly after 9 a.m., according to a tweet from Portland Bureau of Transportation.

Police say a 43-year-old man, with a last known address in Southwest Downtown Portland, was found with a stab wound on the sidewalk at Fourth and Madison Streets at 2:25 a.m. Thursday. Police are investigating and have no suspect information at this time. 

Police closed off streets near city hall for hours as they investigaed the crime scene. 

Homicide detectives and criminalists from the forensic evidence division are investigating the man's death, according to a police press release. 

Anyone who witnessed a disturbance or has information regarding this incident is asked to call the police non-emergency line at (503) 823-3333. 

 

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