Published Friday, 13 September 2013
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Police attended the scene of the incident at a farm on the Feystown Road in the village on Friday.
They were called to the property at around 5.15pm after the bodies of two men were discovered.
It is believed a farmer and a worker suffered fatal gunshot wounds in the incident.
"An investigation into the circumstances surrounding the deaths is underway," a PSNI spokesman said.
Local politicians have reacted with shock. SDLP Councillor Martin Wilson said the victims "were well-known".
"Their untimely deaths will be met with disbelief by those living in the community," he said.
One of the men owned and ran this farm. It is understood it had been in his family for generations. He lived here alone. The other man, it is understood, worked here at the farm.
UTV’s Judith Hill from the scene
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. In a close knit community such as Glenarm the impact of this crime will be felt by everyone.
"It is important that the police be given every help and support in tracking down those responsible for this crime."
Alliance East Antrim MLA Stewart Dickson said the news had affected the village and surrounding community.
"I hope the police will be able to determine what was behind this tragic incident tonight," he said.
Sinn Féin MLA Oliver McMullan described the deaths as a "double tragedy".
"The death tonight of two men is a tragedy not only for the families but also for the community," Mr McMullan said.
"The community is in a state of shock as both men were well known within this tight knit community. My thoughts and prayers are with the families at this time."
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