Police found a Vietnamese man dead and a woman critically injured in a house in Selangor state, Malaysia, Sunday, New Strait Times newspaper reported.
They had rushed to the house in Hulu Langat District after receiving a call from a neighbor about a "quarrel."
The woman was unconscious in the living room with four slash wounds on her head.
The man was in the bedroom with injuries all over his body, including stab wounds on his neck and chest.
The police found two parangs (large big knives), believed to be the murder weapons, and a number of passports.
The identities of the victims are not known, but police think one of them renewed passports for a fee.
The house was rented by the Vietnamese couple and the man's two brothers, and the family moved in late last month.
The newspaper quoted Assistant Commissioner Ab Rashid Ab Wahab, police chief of Kajang town, as saying that the assailant or assailants had entered the house through the front door and attacked the woman first before going on to attack the man.
He said several neighbors had heard screams from the house but did not see anything unusual.
The police are investigating, while the woman is in critical condition at Hospital Kajang.
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