LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – Twenty-four hours have passed since caution tape and Louisville Metro Police squad cars blocked off Louis Coleman Drive near Young Avenue after three men were discovered inside a Park DuValle home.

Detectives on the case say it shows signs of foul play.

Cynthia Dunbar, a Park DuValle resident, says she would have never expected a crime like this. She said she’s racking her brain after her dog Onyx acted unusual early Saturday morning.

“He stood there for like 15 minutes, analyzing Mr. Everett’s house,” she said. My dog was on alert mode – his hair was standing up on his back. His tail was erect, so I knew he was feeling some type of way. I just had to make him come in.”

Neighbors who live nearby the home say the homeowner is an older man who recently started renting out rooms.

“I couldn’t see just anybody moving in because he’s very peculiar and particular about what he does and who he hangs with – he’s an older man. That’s what surprised me the most. These are not younger men, these are older men in their 50’s and 60’s,” Dunbar said.

Questions linger for LMPD as the Homicide Unit is now handling 54 cases.

For Dunbar, she calls the owner a very nice man and said he was the one who discovered the victims inside the home.

She is hopeful police will get some help solving this crime since someone knows something.

Police have not identified the victims.

If you have any information on this case, you are asked to call the Anonymous Tip Line at 574-LMPD.