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Bloody spear found at grisly double homicide in Southern California

An investigation is underway after a grisly scene in which two people were found dead in a warehouse, a third person was rushed to hospital and a bloody medieval-style spear was discovered Thursday in Santa Ana , authorities confirmed to KTLA.

Santa Ana Police Department officers responded to a disturbance call in the 1200 block of East Chestnut Avenue around 4:30 p.m.

The private storage facility where the brutal scene took place is typically used for personal and business storage, KTLA has learned.

A man who was working on his computer said he saw police arriving moments before seeing a woman who said she heard gunshots. As he approached Unit E, he said he saw an officer throw a spear out of the unit.

The man, who did not wish to be identified, said he saw an elderly man dead inside the establishment and a younger woman who was not moving.

KTLA’s Samantha Cortese later learned that the young woman was also dead.

“Just a nice little guy.” He’s been here a long time, just a sweetheart,” the man said of the victim, an older man. “He had a bad back and every time I saw him he was just nice. I spoke with him for a few minutes, the same with his niece. I think it’s his niece, I don’t know.

He said the victim, an older man, once said he was an expert on medieval swords.

Another man, who did not appear to be moving, was removed from the unit on a stretcher. Police said the person was rushed to hospital in critical condition.

It is not yet known whether this individual is a suspect in the double murders or another victim.

According to the man who spoke on condition of anonymity, he never noticed any tension or animosity between the three people involved in this macabre scene.

So far, details remain very limited and detectives have said nothing about a possible motive for the killings.

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