After being attacked on Tuesday, Cash App creator Bob Lee seems to wobble and seek for assistance in surveillance footage.
Lee is shown straining to walk outside a luxury apartment complex in the over two-minute video released by the Daily Mail on Thursday. At the one-minute mark, Lee collapses to the ground, resting on his side for a few seconds before getting on his elbows and knees.
Lee is then shown extending his arm, almost as if to signal a passerby for assistance before standing up and walking toward something off camera, holding his phone and appearing to be bleeding, with blood on his shirt. his fingers.
The video's timing fits the day and time the event occurred, and the location fits where NBC Bay Area said the stabbing occurred.
According to his family and authorities, Lee, a technology entrepreneur who established the mobile payment business Cash App and formerly worked at Square, died Tuesday after being stabbed near downtown San Francisco.
Officers responded to a stabbing incident about 2:35 a.m. Tuesday, according to San Francisco police. Officers discovered Lee, 43, with obvious stab wounds.
According to authorities, he was transferred to a hospital and died as a result of his injuries. The event is being investigated by the police department's homicide section, according to the agency.
"There’s no place for this kind of violent crime against anyone in our city," police spokesperson Adam Lobsinger said in a statement posted on Twitter. "We want to assure everyone that our investigators are working tirelessly to make an arrest and bring justice to Mr. Lee and his loved ones just as we try to do in every homicide that occurs in our city."