Two people are dead and one is in critical condition after three crimes that might be related.

According to Winnipeg police, a man arrested in connection with a stabbing at Winnipeg’s Seven Oaks General Hospital is believed to be linked to two homicides discovered Wednesday.

A nurse at Seven Oaks Hospital in Winnipeg is suspected of stabbing a supervisor Wednesday, after allegedly killing his own parents in separate attacks. The stabbing victim, a nursing supervisor at seven oaks, suffered a gaping neck wound.

On Wednesday afternoon St. Pierre-Jolys RCMP contacted the Winnipeg Police Service regarding a homicide discovered in the RM of Hanover. They requested assistance as it was believed that the suspect had travelled to Winnipeg.

About an hour later Winnipeg Police were on route to where they believed the suspect was, when they received a report of a stabbing at the Seven Oaks Hospital.

Officers responded and found a woman in her sixties who had been seriously injured, and emergency personnel were providing trauma first-aid. She was transported to the hospital in critical condition where she remains in serious condition. A man in his thirties was taken into custody.

Later on in the evening, RCMP attended to the 300 block of Toronto Street regarding their initial homicide investigation. They found a man in his seventies dead and believed to be the victim of a homicide.

The investigation continues and no charges have been laid at this time.