A man was stabbed multiple times at a Cambridge park Sunday night, according to a Massachusetts State Police statement.
Troopers found the man suffering from multiple stab wounds in John F. Kennedy Park at the corner of Memorial Drive and John F. Kennedy Street about 8:55 p.m., the statement said.
The man was conscious and alert when he was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Police did not identify the victim.
Several State Police cruisers with flashing lights were parked at the scene Sunday night. Police used flashlights to search the area, which was marked off by yellow caution tape.
State Police detectives with the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office assisted troopers from the Brighton barracks with the investigation Sunday night. Cambridge Police also responded to the scene.
No arrests had been made Sunday night, and officials declined to comment further. The investigation continued.