Pierce County man found injured in Kitsap Lake Elementary parking lot

Pierce County man found injured in Kitsap Lake Elementary parking lot

Bremerton Police are currently investigating. Call the BPD at 360-473-5220 if you have information.

BREMERTON — A man was found injured in the parking lot of Kitsap Lake Elementary School about 5:30 a.m. July 24.

According to Bremerton Police Chief Steven Strachan, the man was apparently assaulted, and was flowed to Harborview Medical Center, where he is in critical condition.

Strachan said the man is in his 30s, is from the Pierce County area and had no apparent connection with this area.

“Although no conclusions can be drawn yet, the man appears to have come here for a specific reason,” Strachan said, “and generally, this kind of assault is not random.”

Strachan said detectives are currently investigating the incident. More information will be released as it becomes available. If you have any information, contact the Bremerton Police Department at 360-473-5220.

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