Bob Lee

The creator of the cash App, Bob Lee, screamed for help shortly after being stabbed before collapsing and dying, according to chilling 911 audio.

A dispatcher can be heard saying in the 911 call, “There’s a male screaming ‘help,’ saying’someone stabbed me. “I’ve been told he’s bleeding out. He is in the open on the street.

According to San Francisco police officials, Lee, 43, who formerly held the position of chief technology officer at Square, was attacked Tuesday around 2:35 a.m. in the city’s Rincon Hill neighborhood.

He was stabbed numerous times.

No arrest has been made or suspects announced by police.

Lee was transported to San Francisco General Hospital and later declared dead there.

According to Jake Shields, Lee’s friend and a mixed martial arts champion, the father of two young girls recently relocated from the Bay Area to Miami.

Shields said in an interview with NewsNation that “[he] did comment on San Francisco degenerating, which is why he actually had relocated to Miami.” So I’m not sure why he’s returning there to conduct some brief business in San Francisco for a few days.

The Post was able to view records showing that Lee had recently sold his Mill Valley, California, home in July for $4.43 million.

A disoriented Lee was seen walking up to a car in video footage that the Daily Mail was able to obtain.

Lee stumbles to the Portside apartment complex at 403 Main St. as the car departs.

According to the CCTV footage, Lee tried to call the building intercom while holding his cellphone in one hand before collapsing to the ground.

According to Sgt. Adam Lobsinger, spokesman for the San Francisco Police Department, “We are not commenting on evidence nor will we speculate on the circumstances surrounding this horrific crime,” in a video statement on Thursday.

“We want to reassure everyone in San Francisco that the Department is staffed and ready to respond to all calls for service,” the statement reads. “Even though we will devote the necessary resources and personnel to this investigation.

Lee’s passing has raised controversy regarding the city’s lax crime policies.

According to police statistics, property crime increased by 20.1% over the previous three years, while violent crime increased by 7.5%.

Supervisor Matt Dorsey of San Francisco, who represents the neighborhood where Lee was fatally stabbed, pleaded with locals to come forward with any information that might aid the investigation.

In his Tweet, Dorsey stated, “This is a senseless tragedy that I know is made worse by the fact that no suspect is yet in custody.” I’ve also heard from a lot of local residents, some of whom have already expressed concerns to me about issues relating to public safety, and I’m requesting that everyone help the police with their investigation, especially those who have access to surveillance footage that could be useful.

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