Published Tuesday, 19 June 2012
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The prosecution claimed Mrs McAreavey returned to her room at the Legends hotel on 10 January last year to find Avinash Treebhoowoon and Sandip Moneea stealing.
It is alleged that the former hotel workers then murdered the daughter of Tyrone gaelic football boss Mickey Harte - a charge they both deny.
Lawyers for the defence are expected to lay out their witnesses on Thursday and will open their case the following day.
Earlier, the nine jurors, judge Mr Justice Prithviraj Fecknah and lawyers travelled to the resort in the north of the island, where they visited the hotel suite where Michaela was murdered.
They spent half a day at the resort, which was renamed the Lux Hotel after Mrs McAreavey was killed. Room 1025, where she was found dead, has also been renumbered.
The jury of six men and three women were taken to the poolside restaurant where the newlywed couple had lunch shortly before Mrs McAreavey's murder.
They then returned to court where the prosecution finished their case.