A man was stabbed just before 5 a.m. in the baggage claim area at San Francisco International Airport's Terminal 3, and police now have a suspect in custody.

Details are few, but at a time when very little incoming passenger traffic was likely occurring in the baggage claim areas of SFO, at 4:55 a.m. Tuesday, police were called to the scene and found a man suffering from multiple non-life-threatening stab wounds.

A suspect, it sounds like, was quickly identified and arrested, and the victim was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive.

"Officers were able to locate and detain an adult male related to the investigation,” said SFPD spokesperson Officer Robert Rueca, speaking to KRON4. "Officers have secured the scene where the incident occurred and are processing it for evidence. This is an active investigation. There is no current threat to the public and airport flights have not been affected."

A KRON4 reporter, Sara Stinson, was at the airport just before 7 a.m. today doing a report about the ongoing troubles with flight delays and cancellations, when she learned of the stabbing.

ABC 7 reports via the SFPD that neither the victim nor the suspect were travelers.

In 2017, an SFPD officer was stabbed by an individual at SFO's Terminal 1 after responding to a complaint about a homeless man acting suspiciously in the terminal.

Update: The victim in the stabbing has been identified as a CLEAR employee. The TSA-adjacent identity-verification company put out a statement saying, "We are working closely with all appropriate law enforcement and airport security officials investigating this matter. The safety and well-being of our employees is a top priority."

Update 2: The suspect has been identified as 48-year-old Samuel Douglas Day, and KTVU reports that witnesses said Day appeared unstable and likely homeless. "Anyone can literally walk in off the street and be in this area," said Officer Rueca in a statement. "Know that we have officers here 24/7 that can be here for everyone's safety."

Anyone with information about the stabbing is asked to contact the SFPD at 415-575-4444 or text a tip to TIP411 and start the message with 'SFPD.'

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