Prosecutors say they have opened an attempted murder investigation into the beating and stabbing of an Arizona native found near a suburban Philadelphia train station.
The Bucks County district attorney's office says 71-year-old George Mohr, whose last known address was in Phoenix, was found lying on the street next to the Doylestown station shortly after 2:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Prosecutors said he "had sustained blows to the head and a substantial number of stab wounds to his arms and upper body."He was later listed in critical condition at Temple University Hospital.
District Attorney David Heckler asked witnesses or anyone who knows relatives or friends of the victim to call police. He said those responsible would probably "have been splattered with blood and may have sustained cuts to the hand."
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