For the second time in two days, Honolulu police were called to the 2400 block of Ala Wai Boulevard.
Someone called 911 asking for an ambulance at the Ala Wai Townhouse and that's where police found a 33 year-old woman dead and a 40-year-old man in serious condition.
"It's in the pit of my stomach. I live 50 feet away. My door faces where the gunshot sounds came from," neighbor Jhonny Rox said.
Rox and other neighbors heard multiple gunshots on Sunday at about 3 a.m., but at the time, didn't know where they were coming from.
"Pow, pow, pow, pow! I got up to look out the window and I thought to myself it sounds like gunfire to me," neighbor Larry Truesdell said.
HPD says officers responded Sunday to the area and didn't find anything suspicious.
"We scoured the place, local parking, and I stood in the intersection for an hour trying to see if I could see anyone or anything going on at all," neighbor Brent Thomas said.
Police won't say who called 911 to report the crime Monday morning.
Sources say blood was covering the bedroom, hallway, and living room of the 19th floor apartment. Sources say the woman was found dead on the couch, with multiple injuries and that the man had a gunshot wound to his right cheek. A gun was found nearby.
"It's pretty alarming to wake up and see this big investigation is going on. It's serious though," neighbor Scott Hughes said.
Neighbors believe the two were a couple. Sources say the man is in the military.
Police are not looking for any other suspects.
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