A DOUBLE murder in the Northern Division on Tuesday night is now engaging the attention of homicide detectives.
The two latest murder victims have since been identified as 52-year-old Rudolph Chambers, of Tobago, and his nephew, Demetri Chambers, 23, of Curepe.
Demetri was the brother of Miss Trinidad and Tobago/World 2010 Davia Chambers.
Both men were found dead in a car along Farm Road, St Joseph, pushing the country's murder toll for the year to 322, according to an Express tally.
The men's names were released late yesterday evening by investigators after their relatives went to the Forensic Science Centre at Federation Park, St James, and confirmed their identities.
Police said around 11.30 p.m., they received an anonymous phone call stating that there was a black Mazda 323 parked at Farm Road.
Police said they found the vehicle with its engine still running. It was when the officers looked into the car that they saw the men slumped over, with gunshot wounds to the head.
A district medical officer was called in and pronounced the men dead and ordered the bodies be removed to the Forensic Science Centre, where autopsies are expected to be performed today.
Criminal Investigation Department officers and detectives from the Homicide Bureau of Investigations are continuing enquiries.