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Home-invasion stabber kills man, wounds another in Bronx


Police investigate the scene at Intervale Ave. in the Bronx where a still-unidentified home invader knifed two men, killing one. (Danny Iudici for NY Daily News/Danny Iudici for NY Daily News)

A 59-year-old man was knifed to death Wednesday during an early-morning home invasion robbery in the Bronx, cops said.

The victim and a second man, 54, were inside his home on Intervale Ave. near Beck St. in Foxhurst — across the street from Rainey Park — about 4 a.m. when three suspects entered their home and demanded their money.

The suspects flashed knives and began stabbing both victims in the stomach before running out of the home with $70, cops said.

Medics rushed them to Lincoln Hospital, where the older man succumbed to his injuries a few hours later, cops said. His name was not immediately disclosed.

No arrests have been made. A motive for the killing was not immediately disclosed.

The victims did not know their attackers, police sources said.