Detectives investigating the murder of Barry Rubery, from Iron Acton, near Bristol, have arrested two men.
Mr Rubery, 68, was found dead at his home on April 28 2010.
The two men, aged 30 and 19, were arrested yesterday evening at addresses in Bristol and Peterborough.
They are in custody and are being questioned at a police station in Avon and Somerset.
We're on course for one of the driest ever Septembers. MeteoGroup says just 14mm of rain fell in England and Wales this month - 17% of the amount that normally falls at this time of year.
The Prime Minister has told us the Tories are capable of winning an outright majority at the next election - and ruled out doing any kind of deal with UKIP in the wake of the defection of two of his MPs.
It comes on the day George Osborne told the Tory Party Conference he would freeze benefits paid to people of working age - if the party win the next election.
Watch the Prime Minister's interview with our political correspondent Bob Constantine:
Protesters against the badger culls in Somerset and Gloucestershire have been demonstrating outside the Conservative conference in Birmingham.
Delegates were greeted by calls for the culls to be abandoned. The subject is expected to be raised during a debate and fringe meeting on rural affairs tomorrow (Monday).