A man found stabbed to death in front of San Francisco's Asian Art Museum Thursday has yet to be publicly named, and details behind the slaying remain scarce.

According to the San Francisco Police Department, the 25 to 30-year-old man was found dead at 1:53 a.m. Thursday near the intersection of Larkin and McAllister Streets.

Hoodline reports that police were seen "giving CPR" to the man as he lay "in front of the Asian Art Museum." According to an SFPD spokesperson, however, the man was "dead on arrival."

SFPD spokesperson Officer Carlos Manfredi says that the dead man "had been stabbed in the upper torso" by an "unknown male suspect aged 25-30." No arrests have been made in the case as of Friday morning, according to an SFPD spokesperson.

When reached by SFist Friday, a San Francisco Medical Examiner's Department staffer said that the victim's name had yet to be released, pending notification of his next of kin. SFPD describes the victim only as a black male aged 25-30.

A call to SFPD to confirm the number of homicides in San Francisco so far this year has yet to be returned, but this appears to be SF's first since the body of Nicole Fitts was discovered on April 8. If we assume that SFPD's statistics haven't changed, that would make Thursday's death the city's 13th for 2016.