Published Saturday, 14 September 2013
The bodies of Arthur Gibson, 61, and 37-year-old Michael Murphy were discovered at the property on the Feystown Road on Friday afternoon.
It is believed Mr Gibson and Mr Murphy suffered fatal gunshot wounds.
Post mortem examinations will be carried out on Sunday.
It is thought Mr Gibson owned and ran the farm where he lived alone. It is understood it had been in his family for generations. It is believed the second victim worked at the farm.
Police have said they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.
Senior Investigating Officer DCI Karen Baxter said: "Police and forensic experts have been at the property since the initial call came in at 5.15pm on Friday evening.
"We have carried out an extensive and thorough examination of the house and surrounding farm buildings and post mortem examinations are due to be carried out on Sunday.
"We are following a definite line of enquiry in connection with the deaths and are not currently seeking anyone else.
"At this time it would be inappropriate to elaborate further on the circumstances."
Arthur was a hard working farmer, a great man in the community and always helped people out. He will be sorely missed in the area.
Sinn Féin MLA and family friend Oliver McMullan said he knew both men well.
He told UTV: "I knew Arthur for years and he was an absolute gentleman.
"He was a mind of information and great to go and have a conversation.
He added: "Michael had worked on the farm for years.
"The two knew each other for years and once you saw one, you saw the other.
"When something like this happens in these circumstances it affects you.
"But you have your good memories and that helps to see you through."
DUP MP for the area Sammy Wilson expressed his condolences to the families.
He said: "The thoughts of the community will be with those who have been so tragically bereaved."
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