The 24-year-old man dies after being attacked near the Crawley train station when police launch a manhunt for suspects
- The ambulance took the 24-year-old man to the hospital last night after an attack
- Sussex police say the victim died after being stabbed in Crawley
- The officers are looking for a suspect who is believed to be known to the victim
A 24-year-old man has died after being attacked near a train station in Crawley when police started a manhunt for the suspect.
The victim was taken to hospital after reportedly being stabbed to death Tuesday night at Three Bridges near Crawley in Sussex.
A spokesman for the Sussex Police Department confirmed that a manhunt was underway, writing: “Unfortunately, a man died after serious injuries in an attack in Russell Way, Crawley, Tuesday night.
Armed police were looking for a suspect last night after a 24-year-old was killed in an attack at Three Bridges, near Crawley
Forensic scientists were in Russell Way after the attack Tuesday night. Police say they are looking for a suspect who the victim knew
"We are looking for a suspect who is known to the victim, but we are not looking for anyone related to the incident."
At around 11 p.m., armed police officers with local officers and forensic teams were walking near the Skyfall apartments.
Helicopters were reportedly heard in the city after the attack.
MailOnline has asked the Sussex Police for a comment.
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