Naked man with stab wounds knocks on doors in Perth and begs for help after he is & # 39; attacked & # 39;

& # 39; I have been tortured, I have been tortured & # 39 ;: Naked man with stab wounds being seen knocking on doors begging for help after he & # 39; has been attacked in an apartment in Perth & # 39;

  • Naked man was seen begging for help after he was tortured & # 39; in a home in Perth
  • The man in his forties had wounds that were consistent with a blade and bled a lot
  • Witnesses said the man asked for help and claimed that he had been tortured
  • Police officers raided a building on Saturday and the investigation is still ongoing
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A naked man with stab wounds who claimed he was tortured & # 39; was knocking on doors begging for help after he & # 39; inside an apartment in Perth & # 39; was attacked.

The blood-soaked man, presumably in his forties, was caught on a CCTV that was barely able to walk and shout & # 39; please help & # 39; before being close to the Orrong intersection on Friday at 8:30 pm Road and Wright Street in Carlisle collapsed.

The undressed man had left a trail of blood in his wake, which in turn led to three flights of stairs to a nearby apartment.

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A naked man (pictured) with stab wounds who claimed he tortured & # 39; saw knocking on doors begging for help

A naked man (pictured) with stab wounds who claimed he tortured & # 39; saw knocking on doors begging for help

Witnesses have said that the man had desperate pleas for help in which he claimed to have been a victim of torture.

& # 39; I heard someone calling & # 39; help me, help me, help me & # 39 ;, you know? & # 39; Abdullah Alnaqi told 7News.

& # 39; Someone just called out my driveway & # 39; I have been tortured & # 39;, & # 39; said a second witness named Matthew Burkett.

& # 39; The man was naked and had cuts all over him and blood came from him everywhere. & # 39;

The man (photo), who was bleeding heavily, had left a trail of blood that led to three flights of stairs to an apartment near Marchamley Place

The man (photo), who was bleeding heavily, had left a trail of blood that led to three flights of stairs to an apartment near Marchamley Place

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The man (photo), who was bleeding heavily, had left a trail of blood that led to three flights of stairs to an apartment near Marchamley Place

The ailing man, who, according to the police, had injuries in accordance with the attack with a blade with blades & # 39; was taken to Royal Perth Hospital to undergo surgery.

CCTV cameras near the building, two men show the apartment building around the same time the injured man stumbled through the street.

Residents living near the device claimed that they had heard the man beg to be released, saying he & # 39; just wanted to go home & # 39 ;.

Outside the apartment, where the police think the attack took place, signs of a struggle are perceived.

CCTV cameras near the apartment building show that two men left the apartment building around the same time that the injured man stumbled past Marchamley Place (photo)
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CCTV cameras near the apartment building show that two men left the apartment building around the same time that the injured man stumbled past Marchamley Place (photo)

CCTV cameras near the apartment building show that two men left the apartment building around the same time that the injured man stumbled past Marchamley Place (photo)

Police confirmed officers had raided the apartment on Saturday but no one was found in the property.

& # 39; Since then, it has been established that the man sustained his injuries in a home in nearby Marchamley Place, but no one was present upon police arrival & # 39 ;, said a police spokesperson.

& # 39; Cannington Detectives was present and took over the investigation. & # 39;

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The police are also investigating a second trace of blood in the vicinity of the same apartment.

The police have urged anyone with information about this incident, or who has seen or heard anything suspicious in the Marchamley Place area between 7:30 PM and 9:00 PM, to call Crime Stoppers at 1800 333 000.

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