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HONOLULU (AP) - Honolulu police say a homeless man has died after being stabbed several times in Kailua.
Hawaii News Now (http://is.gd/taWS5h) says police responded to the scene near Cinnamon’s Restaurant late Monday night.
Police say the victim was in his 50s and had been sleeping under stairwell. After the stabbing, he was taken to a hospital in critical condition and he later died.
Neither the victim nor the suspect has been identified. It’s unclear what the motive was.
Police say the suspect ran off after the attack. He is described as a short white man in his 20s who was wearing a black cap, dark pants, long-sleeved shirt and possible work boots.
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