Officers had been referred to as to studies three males had been assaulted in Business Avenue at simply earlier than 3.50am.
All three had been taken to hospital with stab wounds.
A 21-year-old man was pronounced useless a short while later, whereas police revealed on Monday a second man, aged 19, died late on Sunday night.
The third man, aged 18, has been handled for an damage that was not life-threatening.
Three males, two aged 18 and one aged 19, have been arrested in reference to the incident and all remained in police custody on Monday.
Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Chief Inspector Matt Holdsworth, stated on Monday: “That is an especially severe incident which has resulted within the demise of two younger males and an extra man injured.
“We’ve specialist officers supporting each of their households and are decided to get solutions for them and be sure that the individual or individuals accountable are made to face justice for his or her actions.
“What I’d ask for now could be the assist of the broader public in offering any details about what has taken place or the occasions main as much as it. I perceive that folks had been current within the space on the time of the incident, and I’d urge anybody with data, sprint cam or telephone footage which could possibly be related to our investigation to please make contact.
“I perceive individuals regionally can be rightly involved and I need to reassure those who we’re doing all the things we will to analyze all doable strains of enquiry to grasp the complete circumstances of what happened.
“There’s nonetheless a major scene in place this morning, with a smaller scene remaining whereas we conduct forensic enquiries. I wish to thank residents and companies for his or her understanding throughout this time.”
Anybody with data that will help the investigation is requested to contact the Murder and Main Enquiry Crew by way of 101 quoting Operation Pochard, reference quantity 215 of 1st October or on-line at www.westyorkshire.police.uk/101livechat.
Info will also be given anonymously to the impartial charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.