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Man Found Stabbed to Death in His Beverly Grove Home

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Police are looking for clues about a middle-aged man they found stabbed to death in his Beverly Grove home yesterday afternoon.

They were checking in on the man, because he hadn't shown up to work for a few days. He is described as a white 50-something male, but his name hasn't been released yet, according to LAPD officials.

They declared dead in his home on Le Doux Road, near where Burton Way splits off from San Vicente Boulevard. (We can call it Beverly Grove, Beverly Hills Adjacent, Fairfax District or I could just say it's a half-mile from Cedars-Sinai and The Ivy)

If you know anything about the stabbing, call homicide detectives at (213) 382-9470.