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Police have recovered a firearm at a farm where a farmer and his worker were found shot dead in Northern Ireland.
Owner Arthur Gibson, 61, and Michael Murphy, 37, were discovered with gunshot wounds at the property in Glenarm, Co Antrim.
Detectives are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths and are following a definite line of inquiry.
Police in Northern Ireland have confirmed they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths of two men at a farm in the village of Glenarm, Co Antrim:
Two people who were shot dead in an isolated farmhouse in Northern Ireland have been named locally as farm owner Arthur Gibson, in his early 60s, and farm labourer Michael Murphy, in his late 30s.
At this stage it is understood police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the double shooting.
Speaking on the suspected shooting incident in Northern Ireland, assembly member for the area Stewart Dickson said: "This is an absolutely shocking incident, which has left the village and the surrounding community in shock.
"My thoughts are with the families and friends of the deceased and would call for anyone with any information to contact the PSNI as soon as possible."
The Alliance MLA added: "I hope the police will be able to determine what was behind this tragic incident
Two men have been found in an isolated farm house around a mile from the village of Glenarm, Co Antrim at around 5.15pm. It is understood a farm worker discovered the bodies.
There was a heavy police presence at the scene as forensic teams in white overalls carried out examinations with investigating officers looking on.
A small crowd of local people gathered at police cordons as news filtered through of the sudden deaths.
Two people have died in a suspected shooting incident in Northern Ireland, police said.
The two men were discovered at a property in the village of Glenarm, Co Antrim this evening.
Police are in attendance at the scene on the Feystown Road.
A Police Service of Northern Ireland spokesman said: "An investigation into the circumstances surrounding the deaths is under way. There are no further details at present."
At this stage it is understood police are not treating the incident as terrorist related.