Man stabbed Sunday in Lynnwood supermarket parking lot dies

The victim was in his early 60s. Detectives are looking for help to identify suspects.

LYNNWOOD — A man stabbed Sunday in a Lynnwood supermarket parking lot has died, police reported Monday.

The man, described as in his early 60s, suffered knife wounds around 11:45 a.m. near the entrance of the Fred Meyer at 4615 196th St. SW, according to the Lynnwood Police Department. He may have argued with three or four people when at least one of them stabbed him, witnesses reportedly told police.

The suspects drove away.

The victim was taken to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle with critical injuries. Several good Samaritans rendered aid at the scene.

Witnesses told police that an African-American woman in her late teens to early 20s was responsible for the stabbing. She was described as being about 5 feet, 4 inches. She and another woman and man reportedly got into a white or silver-colored four-door vehicle with black rims and body damage, possibly a late-model Nissan Sentra, and left the scene northbound on 48th Avenue West from 196th Street. The vehicle had a rear Arizona license plate and no front plate.

Anyone with information is asked to call Detective Sattarov at 425-670-5633 or Crime Stoppers of Puget Sound at 1-800-222-8477.

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