GLENDORA, Calif. (KTLA) — A homicide investigation was underway in Glendora on Thursday after two men were found stabbed to death near a car wash, police said.
The discovery was made around 2 a.m. near Glendora Hand Car Wash at the corner of Route 66 and S. Vermont Avenue.
Someone apparently flagged down a passing police officer to report hearing disturbances coming from the area of the car wash.
Upon further investigation, the officer found the bodies of two men who appeared to have been stabbed, police said.
Both men were white and in their mid-40s and appeared to be transients, investigators said.
The area was known to be frequented by homeless people at night, according to police.
There was no knife found near the bodies, leading investigators to believe that a third person may be involved.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department homicide detectives were assisting Glendora police with the investigation.
Anyone who was in the area or who has any information was asked to contact the Glendora Police Department.