Police Investigate Suspicious Death of Man in City Heights Apartment

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A San Diego Police Department patch on an officer’s uniform. Courtesy SDPD

A male was located lifeless Friday in an condominium in Metropolis Heights in what San Diego Law enforcement termed a suspicious demise.

Officers from the Mid-City Division responded at 4:45 p.m. after acquiring a call from a worried personal requesting a welfare look at of a male in an condominium in the 4200 block of Euclid Avenue, explained Lt. Steve Shebloski.

On arriving, the officers forced entry into the victim’s apartment following they confirmed viewing what appeared to be a significantly wounded or lifeless gentleman on the ground.  Once inside, the officers situated an clearly dead guy struggling from trauma to his upper overall body, Shebloski mentioned.

The victim, a 52-yr-previous male, has been determined but his identify was not launched pending spouse and children notifications, police explained.

Because of to the suspicious mother nature bordering the victim’s loss of life, detectives from the department’s Homicide Unit have been known as to the scene to investigate.

Anyone with facts concerning the victim was requested to call the department’s Homicide Device at 619-531-2293 or San Diego County Criminal offense Stoppers at 888-580-8477.