Published Sunday, 15 September 2013
Forensic examinations took place throughout the weekend. (© Pacemaker)
The bodies of Arthur Gibson, 61, and 37-year-old Michael Murphy were discovered on a farm on the Feystown Road on Friday afternoon.
It is understood Mr Murphy had worked on the farm, owned by Mr Gibson, for years.
Police have said they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.
On Sunday, police said post-mortem examinations showed both men died as a result of shotgun wounds.
Tributes were paid to both men.
Sinn Féin MLA and family friend Oliver McMullan said Arthur was an "absolute gentleman".
He added: "He was a mind of information and a great man for the community, he will be sorely missed.
"Michael and him knew each other for years and often when you saw one, you saw the other."
Senior Investigating Officer DCI Karen Baxter said police carried out extensive examinations of the area.
She added: "We are following a definite line of enquiry in connection with the deaths and are not currently seeking anyone else.
"It would be inappropriate to elaborate further on the circumstances."
© UTV News