RICHMOND, Va. -- A man was killed Monday morning in South Richmond in what police have called an isolated and domestic incident.
Richmond Police are investigating the man's stabbing death near the intersection of E. 12th and Hull Streets.
Police were called to the intersection at about 6 a.m.
The victim's family said the deceased was a 39-year-old father who left behind three children.
NOW: Richmond police are investigating a stabbing death near the intersection of E. 12th Street and Hull St. I spoke to family members who tell me their brother was killed and leaves behind three children. More on @CBS6 at Noon. pic.twitter.com/v3iPFJ4WBO— Caroline Coleburn (@CColeburnTV) September 13, 2021
Richmond Police have said they are not looking for a suspect at this time, but asked anyone with information to call investigators.
"We are taking very good care to look into this further, and it’s an ongoing investigation at this time," Richmond Police spokesperson Tracy Walker said. "If you see something, say something, and call RPD. Also, just report suspicious activity, and look out for your neighbor. We live in Richmond, we work in Richmond, and we raise families here, and our message is we all have a part to do in keeping our community safe."
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