MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A deadly discovery inside a Miami condominium.

Miami police were called to the Paraiso Bay high rise at 650 Northeast 32nd Street on Tuesday around 9:30 p.m. Inside one of the units they found the bodies of two women.

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One man has been taken into custody at a building that is near Biscayne Bay and just east of Biscayne Boulevard.

Miami Police Commander Freddie Cruz told CBS4’s Peter D’Oench that police were alerted to the situation by Homeland Security Investigations.

“We discovered that the 2 females had been stabbed to death and now one man is in custody,” said Cruz.

Cruz said he could not say how Homeland Security was alerted. But he said there were no signs of forced entry at the condo.

While he could not say if the victims and the suspect all lived at the building, he said police were not looking for any other suspects and this looked like an isolated vase.

“We want people to feel safe here and we are not looking for anybody,” said Cruz.

Nestor Iglesias, a spokesman for Homeland Security Investigations, said he could not say how Homeland Security was tied to this case because of the ongoing situation but he said when Homeland Security found out about the situation, Miami Police were immediately alerted.

Some residents said they are on edge.

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“It’s a little scary, I mean part of the reason we live here is because it’s secure. There’s a lot of security all the time so that’s surprising that that happened,” said Kristina who lives in the building. “I have a daughter and she’s young so I think for several reasons we’re going to be moving out.”

Mike, who also owns a condo and who also did not want to provide his last name, said “This is crazy. I don’t know. This frightening.”

Megan, a visitor who also did not want to give her last name, said, “Honestly I hope they find whoever did this so this will not happen again.”

Xiomara Fermin, who lives on the 35th floor, told D’Oench, “This happened on the 34th floor. I heard all sorts of noises on the floor below me and I was riding the elevator to go and out and walk the dogs and it stopped on the 34th floor. I saw lots of police there and I even saw 2 men fighting there. I don’t know if it was connected since it was afterwards. There was also a terrible smell.”

“This has always been a very safe building, we do background checks on everybody that comes here. So we really don’t know what is going on. We’ll definitely find out what’s happening and we’ll take care of it. It must be something out of the ordinary,” said Claudia Eusse, a spokeswoman for The Related Group which developed the building

“This is outrageous,” she said. “It must have been someone who came in to the building and did this.”

Eusse said nothing like this has ever happened at the building which has been open for just over a year. She added that special steps were being taken to ensure that their residents were safe.

Not everyone was worried.

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One condo owner, Paul Lovosco, said “I am sure this is an isolated event. I think this is Miami but this can happen anywhere.”