SFPD investigating stabbing on Muni bus in the Mission District

SFPD (file)

The San Francisco Police Department is investigating a non-fatal stabbing on a Muni bus in the Mission District on Monday. 

Police said officers responded to the area of 18th and Mission streets at around 3:40 p.m. They were told a victim was stabbed by an unknown suspect last seen in the area of 24th and Mission streets. The victim was located and officers rendered aid. Paramedics transported the victim to a local hospital. 

The victim's injuries were described as non-life threatening. 

Police remained at the scene to investigate. There is no information on what led to the stabbing. 

No suspect information was available. 


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