Authorities have identified two men allegedly killed by an Irvine man at an Anaheim apartment this week as the suspect’s coworker and roommate, police officials said Wednesday.

Griffin Robert Cuomo, 23, and Jonathan Andrew Bahm, 23, both of Anaheim, were identified as the victims.

Police were initially called to the scene in response to reports of an assault in progress. They found the two men dead and Ramy Fahim, 26, of Irvine, with minor injuries. After further investigation, Fahim was arrested on suspicion of murder, officials said.

A knife, believed to be the assault weapon, was found at the scene and recovered by police, a news release from the Anaheim Police Department said. Fahim’s vehicle was located nearby the apartment complex and seized as evidence.

Detectives confirmed Fahim and Cuomo worked together at a finance company and Bahm was Cuomo’s roommate.

Police declined to provide additional information or a possible motive. The investigation was ongoing.

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