At least three people were stabbed to death Tuesday morning in Queens, police said, according to CBS News.
The incident took place around 7:15am on Milburn Street near 122nd Avenue in St Albans, with the victims being rushed to a nearby medical facility.
However, they succumbed to their wounds and were pronounced dead later on.
The suspect, although, has turned himself over to the police at the 113 Precinct. It isn’t clear what the motive behind the stabbing was.
The three people who lost their lives were two women and a man, and according to police, the 54-year-old man who turned himself in was their landlord, according to ABC News.
Police said two of them — one man and a woman — were found wounded in the bedroom of a basement apartment and the other woman was found on the second floor.
While the landlord awaits charges against him, the police are seeking a search warrant to go through the crime scene.