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Two fire suspects out of hospital
The remains of the house where the attack happened
The remains of the house where the attack happened
Two of four men wanted for questioning about the murder of a couple in a fire in County Armagh have been discharged from hospital in Dublin.

The men were treated for serious burns after Thomas O'Hare and Lisa McClatchey were killed last November.

The couple died from their injuries after being attacked and set on fire at their home in Tassagh, near Keady.

A PSNI spokeswoman said they would only talk to the two men when "it is deemed they are medically fit".

Two other men are still being treated for burns at St James Hospital in Dublin.

Mr O'Hare and Ms McClatchey were beaten with hammers and doused in petrol before being set alight.

A 24-year-old man questioned about the attack was released on police bail in December.

Another man, a 43-year-old from County Tyrone, appeared in court charged with withholding information in relation to the inquiry.

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