A man is being held in police custody after the suspicious deaths of two men.
The pair, aged 27 and 37, were stabbed to death at a home on Topton Street in Alva in Queensland’s northeast at around 12am on Sunday night.
A full investigation has been launched by police, who have arrested one man.
Police attended the scene of a stabbing on Toptop Street (pictured) in northern Queensland
Police believe that shortly after 12am, a 29-year-old woman visited the address where the stabbing took place.
A second group of men then arrived at the house, where a fight broke out, officers said.
It’s unknown what sparked the brawl, with police currently interviewing witnesses about the relationship of those involved.
The two men sustained critical stab wounds and were pronounced dead at the scene by paramedics.
A third man was taken into custody by police and is currently being questioned. The woman was taken to hospital for treatment to minor injuries.
Detectives were seen searching the scene for evidence on Monday morning.
The stabbing left two men dead, with another man in police custody and a woman taken to Ayr Hospital (pictured) with minor injuries