Police have named the victims of a double murder in Belfast as Finbar McGrillen and Caron Smyth.
A 33-year-old man arrested in connection with the incident in the Ravenhill area in the south east of the city remains in police custody.
The man, who was detained on Saturday, can be held for up to three days. The bodies of Mr McGrillen, 42, and Ms Smyth, 40, were discovered in a flat at Ravenhill Court on Friday afternoon.
Police said they believed the pair had been victims of a domestic-related incident.
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