Man, 40, stabbed to death at Melbourne train station – as police hunt for his attacker
- A 40-year-old man was stabbed to death at Melton, Melbourne, train station
- Police hunt for the attacker is still underway as investigators ask for witnesses
- The man had an ‘interaction’ with the unknown attack before the fatal incident
- Police want to speak to four men who were seen at the station before the attack
A man has been stabbed to death at a train station in Melbourne’s outer suburbs, with a police hunt underway for the offender.
Police say the man had “an interaction” with another unknown man while walking through Melton train station on Staughton Street about 2.30am on Wednesday.
After the exchange, the offender approached the 40-year-old Melton man and stabbed him in his upper body.
A man has been stabbed to death at Melton train station in Melbourne’s outer suburbs, with a police hunt underway for the offender
The train station and Staughton Street were closed this morning as police investigated the fatal stabbing
Emergency services found the man with life-threatening injuries, however he died at the scene.
Police established a crime scene at the closed train station and a homicide squad was seen attending.
Investigators want to speak to four men, perceived to be of African appearance, who were with the offender at the southern end of the train station just before the stabbing.