Greenville, SC (FOX Carolina) - The Greenville County Sheriff's Office was called to at least three crimes scenes early Friday morning resulting in two deaths. 

Lieutenant Ryan Flood with the sheriff's office has confirmed that all three scenes are connected and now the coroner's office has identified the two victims. 

First, Both the Greenville County Sheriff's Office and Greenville Police were called to the Azalea Place Apartments early Friday morning around 12:15.

Dispatchers confirmed both agencies responded to the complex on Rutherford Road.

Deputies said they found a man, now identified by the coroner as 21-year-old Shunqavious Boyette Fisher, dead inside a car, suffering from at least one gunshot.

Shortly later deputies were called to North Greenville Hospital in Travelers Rest where they say a man was suffering from a gunshot wound. Lt. Jimmy Bolt said that victim was driven to the hospital in someone's car. That man, now identified as 25-year-old Jalen Takis Mayes, died around 1:26 a.m.

Deputies also responded to Piney Mountain Park on Worley Road where they believe a shooting happened.

Deputies didn't elaborate how the scenes are connected. They are continuing to investigate at this time. 

Anyone with information is asked to call CrimeStoppers at 23-Crime.

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