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US NewsManhunt after man in 70s is stabbed to death

15:35  10 june  2019
15:35  10 june  2019 Source:   news.sky.com

Pictured: 73-year-old stabbed to death on his doorstep before police find second dead man in car nearby in suspected murder-suicide

Pictured: 73-year-old stabbed to death on his doorstep before police find second dead man in car nearby in suspected murder-suicide The 73-year-old man has been named locally by neighbours as Peter Freeman. Police initially believed the attack, in south Devon, was random but are now probing a murder-suicide theory.

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Manhunt after man in 70s is stabbed to death © Other The victim was found at a property in Chockland Road, Kingsteignton A suspected murderer is on the run after a man in his 70s was stabbed to death in Devon.

The pensioner was found with multiple stab wounds after officers were called to a property in Kingsteignton at 9.20pm on Sunday.

He was taken to Torbay hospital where he was pronounced dead later.

Devon and Cornwall Police said a "major investigation" had been launched and the suspected killer is still at large.

Detective Chief Inspector Roy Linden said: "We hope that the public will understand that this is a rapidly evolving situation, and at this time, the suspect remains outstanding.

"Additional resources are being used from across Devon and Cornwall with the priority of identifying those responsible, and as a result the residents of Kingsteignton can expect to see an increased police presence in the area.

"We would also take this opportunity to reassure everyone that this type of incident is rare.

"In the meantime we are asking that anyone with any information is asked to contact police."

Mr Linden said the force plan to issue further details about the incident shortly.

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