Noble Park Melbourne: Man, 25, found dead at a home with another man, 30, charged with murder  

Two men found dead in the same suburb in separate incidents less then a kilometre apart – as a man, 30, of ‘no fixed address’ is charged with murder over the first death

  • Two men found dead within 24 hours in the Melbourne suburb of Noble Park
  •  A Springvale man, 25, was found injured and died at the scene on Friday
  • Another man was found dead at a Noble Park residence on Saturday
  • The two incidents, 750metres apart, are not believed to be linked 

Two men have been found dead in separate incidents 750m apart in the same suburb. 

A 25-year-old man from Springvale was found critically injured at a home in Noble Park early on Friday.

The man was treated by paramedics but died at the scene.

On Friday, a 30-year-old man of no fixed address was arrested and later charged with murder.

Emergency services were called to a Lesley Grove address about 1am following reports of an assault.

It’s believed a group was partying at the share house and a fight broke out before the Springvale man was allegedly stabbed in the chest. 

A 24-year-old man from Officer assisted police with inquiries and was released without charge.

Investigators believe the parties involved were known to each other.

Two men have been found dead in separate incidents 750m apart in the same suburb.

In a separate incident, police arrived at a home in Henry St, Noble Park at about 5am on Saturday morning to discover another man had died.

A crime scene has been established and detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding the man’s death.

The location is less than a kilometre away from the earlier scene but there is no suggestion the incidents are linked.