SFPD seeks public assistance to locate attempted murder suspect 

The San Francisco Police Department is seeking assistance from members of the public in its search for attempted murder suspect Guillermo Chavez-Perez.

Chavez-Perez is wanted in the May 11 stabbing of a 23-year-old female. The victim, who remains unidentified by SFPD, was stabbed multiple times in her torso while on the 5200 block of Mission Street around 11:40 p.m.

Police say the victim knew Chavez-Perez and was in an argument with him at the time of the stabbing. Chavez-Perez then allegedly fled the scene on foot. SFPD says they believe he may attempt to flee the country.

Chavez-Perez, who is 5'5", 185 pounds and 50 years of age, was last seen wearing a gray shirt and light-colored pants. SFPD asks that anyone with information regarding the case contact police by calling the anonymous tip line (415-575-4444) or texting a tip to TIP411 with SFPD at the beginning of the message.

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