UPDATE @ November 7 | POLICE have released photos of a man believed to be involved in a stabbing at a Sydney construction site which left one man dead and another fighting for life.
Officers rushed to the site on the Princes Highway at St Peters around 1.00pm on Wednesday, following reports two people had been stabbed.
Upon arrival, they found the 76-year-old manager of the site and his 33-year-old son with stab wounds.
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Despite desperate attempts by paramedics, the older man died at the scene.
The younger man was taken to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, where he underwent surgery.
A crime scene has been set up and a large-scale manhunt is still underway to locate the alleged attacker who fled the scene.
Detectives have since released two photos of a man who they believe may be able to assist them.
Vladimir Kondakov is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 180cm tall, with a large build and a shaved head. He speaks with a Russian accent.
Police are urging the public not to approach the man, but to call Triple Zero (000) immediately.
It’s understood the three men are known to each other.
EARLIER @ November 6 | A MAJOR manhunt is underway in Sydney after a horror stabbing at a construction site which has left a man dead and another fighting for life.
Just after 1.00pm on Wednesday, police were called to the site on the Princes Highway at St Peters following reports two people had been stabbed.
Upon arrival, emergency crews found two men with stab wounds.
The pair were treated at the scene by paramedics, but despite their efforts, one of the men died at the scene.
The other man has been rushed to Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in a critical condition.
A crime scene has since been set up and a large-scale search is underway to find their alleged attacker.
Police say the man is described as being of Caucasian appearance, about 180cm tall, with a large build and a shaved head.
He was last seen wearing a high-vis yellow shirt, long blue work pants and brown work boots.
Anyone who spots the man is being urged not to approach him, but to call 000 immediately.
You can report also information about crime anonymously to Crime Stoppers by calling 1800 333 000 or via nsw.crimestoppers.com.au 24 hours per day. Crime Stoppers is a registered charity and community volunteer organisation.