Detectives say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with Antrim deaths

Saturday 14 September 2013 22.11
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The exact details of what took place on Mr Gibson's holding are not clear
The exact details of what took place on Mr Gibson's holding are not clear
PSNI in Antrim are carrying out an investigation into the deaths
PSNI in Antrim are carrying out an investigation into the deaths
At this stage there are no indications that police are looking for anyone else in relation to the deaths
At this stage there are no indications that police are looking for anyone else in relation to the deaths

Detectives investigating the deaths of two men at a farm in Co Antrim say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths.

Earlier the two men, who were found dead after a shooting at a remote farm in the Feystown Road area of Glenarm, were identified.

They have been named as Art Gibson, 61, a dairy farmer who lived on the farm and Michael Murphy, who was in his late 30s, who was a farm worker.

The exact details of what took place on Mr Gibson's holding are not clear.

The police are not confirming if they recovered a weapon at the scene.