OAKLAND (KRON) — Police in Oakland are investigating a triple homicide involving a fire Friday morning, according to police.
The incident happened at around 12:21 a.m. in the 9400 block of Dunbar Drive, police said.
Oakland police officers responded to shots fired and found a male victim in the street with apparent stab wounds. As they were attending to the victim, they noticed smoke coming from a nearby house.
The Oakland Fire Department responded and found two victims, both women, inside the house.
The women were suffering from stab wounds and gunshot wounds, officers said.
The fire has since been reported under control, but authorities have not clarified its connection to the suspect or victims.
All three victims have died.
An FBI team is helping with the investigation.
A San Jose woman has been detained and officers are investigating her possible involvement in the homicides, police said.
Oakland police ask that anyone with information about the triple homicide call their homicide unit at (510) 238-7230.
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Scene of triple-homicide investigation in East Oakland on 9400-block of Dunbar Dr. pic.twitter.com/PUBSCigBmi
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