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Pamela Fayed, 44 [Updated]

Pamela Fayed, 45, a white woman, was fatally stabbed during an assault at 1875 E. Century Park in Century City about 6:30 p.m. Monday, July 28.

According to Sgt. Ruby Malachi of the Los Angeles Police Department, Fayed, who lived in Ventura County, was on the third floor of a parking structure, when a man approached her and stabbed her several times in the neck. Witnesses told police that they heard the woman screaming for help.

At least two doctors and a bystander went to her aide, Malachi said.  Fayed was taken by ambulance to a local hospital, where she was pronounced dead.  The suspect was described as a slender man wearing a black hooded sweatshirt. He was last seen driving from the parking lot in a red sport-utility vehicle.

"We're still early into the investigation," Malachi said.  The parking lot is surrounded by several high-rise buildings and is around the corner from Fox Studios and Beverly Hills. There is only one main entrance to the parking lot, and  drivers usually must pay before exiting.

[Update May 19: Husband guilty of orchestrating wife's stabbing death in Century City parking garage]

-Ruben Vives

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