Five people have been charged over the murder of an aspiring British film maker in Guyana in what is feared to have been a robbery gone wrong.
Dominic Bernard, 18, from Epsom, Surrey, went missing shortly after arriving in the South American country last October.
His body was discovered last week in a shallow grave in a farming village. He had suffered severe head injuries and authorities suspect he was the target of a robbery.
Two men have been charged with the murder, while a man and two women appeared before a judge on Friday accused of helping bury Mr Bernard's body and his camera equipment.
Police were reported to have recovered a hammer which is thought to have been one of the murder weapons.
Mr Bernard's parents Andrew and Linda paid tribute to his hope and ambition in a statement released after his death.
They said he had gone to Guyana to pursue his dream of studying film-making.