Man stabbed to death outside parents' home in Ashkelon
Chief Superintendent Haim Bublil of the Ashkelon police station, who came to the site of the stabbing, said the victim had no criminal record.
A man was stabbed to death on Thursday outside his parents' home in Ashkelon. The victim, whose name was not released for publication, was 37 years old and of Ethiopian descent. He is survived by his wife, who is pregnant, and a young son. Police officials said they believe the man worked as a security guard for a company that provided services to the Brink's security firm.
Chief Superintendent Haim Bublil of the Ashkelon police station, who came to the site of the stabbing, said the victim had no criminal record. Neighbors of the dead man's parents told Haaretz that the victim was very kind-hearted kind and had no enemies. They said they had no explanation for the murder. The man had come from work to visit his parents and was killed just after getting out of his car. A Magen David Adom ambulance crew that received a report of a man lying on the street was dispatched. Paramedic tried unsuccessfully to revive the man and pronounced him dead at the scene.