Couple killed in Daytona Beach by an attacker who stabbed them

Daytona Beach Stabbing Updates: Daytona Beach Police Chief said, a couple who were cycling home in Daytona Beach from Main Street were stabbed to death early Sunday.

According to a tweet from Young, The double homicide took place in the 700 block of North Wild Olive Avenue.

Young said both victims suffered multiple stab wounds and lacerations.


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The suspect is a male of unknown race wearing white or light-colored pants and possibly carrying a backpack, Young said.

In an interview posted to Twitter by WESH, Young said the victims were a husband and wife who appeared to be cycling home from Main Street.

Young said it did not appear to be a theft based on the valuables left at the scene. [Read Also: Cowlitz County Man Arrested After Crash on i-5 and Injured teenager]

“This is probably one of the most vicious and horrific incidents I’ve witnessed in my 20 years,” Young told WESH.

This is breaking news. Check back for updates.

This article source is The Daytona Beach News-Journal.

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