Post-mortem examinations have concluded on the bodies of two of the three men who died in an apparent murder-suicide in Cork.
The third post-mortem examination is scheduled to take place tomorrow.
Gardaí in Kanturk say they are not looking for any other person in connection with the tragedy, but they are appealing for witnesses.
The men - one aged in his 50s and two in their 20s and all members of the same family - are all believed to have sustained gunshot wounds.
They have been named locally as Diarmuid (23) and Mark (26) O'Sullivan and their father, Tadgh (59).
It is believed a dispute may have arisen between the sons over a will and the inheritance of local farmland.
At approximately 6.30am on Monday officers were alerted to an incident at Assolas.
A short time earlier a woman, aged in her 60s, alerted neighbours that guns had been fired at her home.
Gardaí were told that three men were in the house, and that one may have suffered from gunshot wounds.
They responded to the scene and were told that further shots had been heard.
The scene of the incident, a family home, was contained by local uniform and plain clothes Gardaí supported by the Armed Support Unit.
Additional support was also provide by the National Ambulance Service.
Throughout the morning, Garda negotiators attempted to make contact with anyone in the house.
After 1.00pm members of the Emergency Response Unit approached the house and the body of a man in his 20s was discovered with a gunshot wound in a bedroom of the house.
No other people were in the house.
The Garda Air Support Unit helicopter began an aerial search of the adjoining lands.
At approximately 1.40pm two more bodies - a man in his late 50s and another man in his 20s - were discovered in adjoining lands.
Preliminary indications suggest both bodies have gunshot wounds.
Three guns - two rifles and a shotgun - have been recovered which were all legally held.
Both locations have been declared as crime scenes and An Garda Síochána has started a full investigation into all the circumstances of the incident.
A family liaison officer has also been appointed and an incident room has been established in Kanturk.
An Garda Síochána is appealing to anyone who may have any information which may assist in the investigation to contact investigating Garda at Mallow Garda station on 022-314-50, the Garda Confidential Line at 1800-666-111 or any Garda station.
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