After a reported argument over a bike in a SoMa alley, a man is dead and San Francisco is left with its 17th homicide of 2015.

According to a San Francisco Police Department spokesperson, calls reporting a stabbing on the 400 block of Minna Street, an alley just off Mission Street between 5th and 6th Streets, came in at 6:49 Monday night.

When police arrived, they discovered the victim on Minna between Mary and 6th Streets, the police spokesperson said. Though SFPD said they did not have any additional information to release at present, the Chron, the offices of which are just steps away from the crime scene, reports that the victim was male, and was stabbed "apparently over an argument about a bicycle."

A call to the San Francisco Medical Examiner's office to find out if the victim had been identified had not been returned at publication time. According to KRON4, the victim is "in his 30s or 40s."

The Chron reports that their security cameras likely caught the altercation, but neither they nor the police had any suspect information to report as of Tuesday morning.

This is San Francisco's 17th homicide for the year, after a relatively quiet couple of weeks. On April 10, 42-year-old SF resident Bridget Klecker was struck by an unknown driver fleeing from police following a series of armed robberies, a death police confirmed they continue to investigate as a homicide. As of Tuesday, no arrests have been made in that case.

As always, anyone with any information on either case (or any other crimes) is urged to call SFPD's Anonymous Tip Line at 415-575-4444 or to text a tip to Tip411 with SFPD at the beginning of the message.