Naked man, 25, is found stabbed to death in the stairwell of a notorious block of the Sydney Housing Commission
- The police were called on Saturday at 8 p.m. to Pyrmont Bridge Rd in Camperdown
- 25-year-old man died of stab wounds inflicted on the social housing block
- Residents say the police & # 39; every day & # 39; is called to the building, as the police are investigating
A naked man was found stabbed to death at the foot of a stairwell in a notorious residential building in the inland area of Sydney.
The police were called by a resident to Pyrmont Bridge Rd in Camperdown who screamed for help on Saturday at eight o'clock in the evening.
When they arrived, they found a 25-year-old man in a pool of blood outside the court of Johanna Dea, an 11-storey public housing facility.
When the police arrived, they found a 25-year-old covered in stab wounds in the access road to the court of Johanna Dea, an 11-storey social housing facility (photo)
& # 39; He shouted from a common room of the unit block … one of the residents there came down and found the little man, & # 39; Detective Grant Watson said on Sunday.
The man was taken to the hospital in critical condition, but died later.
The police call on witnesses to come forward after the attacker has fled the scene.
Supt Watson said there had been a number of violent knife incidents in the area in recent weeks.
Native James Naylor told it Daily telegram the building was a hotspot for criminal activities.
& # 39; This is not the first in the building, I have been here for five years now, people are jumping out of the building, people are stabbed here almost every day.
Riot police and Leichhardt detectives have taped areas around the crime scene (photo) to search for a weapon
& # 39; The police know this building very well, they are literally here every day & he said.
He said that his blue ute was covered with blood during the attack and was now part of the crime scene.
& # 39; My car is still there, I can't touch it, there is blood in my car & # 39 ;, he told the Daily Telegraph.
Riot police and Leichhardt investigators have taped areas around the crime scene to find a weapon.
Supt Watson said the police were still determining the circumstances of the stabbing, but believed it was an isolated incident.
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