Stabbing victim’s body found in Tracy park

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TRACY, Calif. (KTXL) -- Police launched a homicide investigation Wednesday night at Dr. Powers Park in Tracy.

Just before 8 p.m., someone walking through the park along Chester Drive and West Lowell Avenue found a man bleeding near the park bathrooms, according to a lieutenant with the Tracy Police Department.

Officers found the man suffering from what appeared to be stab wounds, according to police. He was later pronounced dead in the park.

Police believe the victim is 58-years-old but are still waiting for an official confirmation on his identity.

Detectives are interviewing potential witnesses and talking to representatives with the nearby Boys & Girls Club and Monte Vista Middle School to collect video evidence. They have not released any suspect information.

This story is developing.

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