Bob Lee, the founder of Cash App and a tech executive, was stabbed to death in San Francisco, California. He was 43 years old at the time.
According to San Francisco police, the tech mogul, who was previously the chief technology officer of Square, was attacked at 2:35 a.m. on Tuesday, April 5, in the city’s downtown Rincon Hill neighborhood.
Officers arrived on the scene to find a 43-year-old man with multiple stab wounds, later identified as Lee by CBS News.
According to police, Lee was taken to a nearby hospital before succumbing to his injuries.
As of early Wednesday, no arrests had been made, according to the outlet.
According to his LinkedIn page, Lee has been the chief product officer of San Francisco-based cryptocurrency company MobileCoin since November 2021.
According to his profile on MobileCoin’s official website, Lee also worked at Google, where he led Android’s core library team and launched the world’s most-used operating system.