Four of the seven suspects who were taken into police custody in relation to the brutal murders of 16-year-old Isaiah Henry and 19-year-old Joel Henry have been released on bail.
This is because their 72-hour detention period has expired. They are now required to report to the police station tomorrow.
This would mean that three of the suspects will remain in custody.
Among those who were arrested were a 57-year-old man upon whose estate there were what appeared to be bloodstains, a handyman who worked with the estate owner, the estate owner’s son.
The badly mutilated bodies of the two young men were discovered on Sunday at a coconut farm at Cotton Tree, almost one day after they went missing.
There were chops all over their bodies, including their necks, heads, and face.
The investigations are ongoing.