Two former hotel workers have been acquitted of murdering Irish honeymooner Michaela McAreavey at a luxury resort in Mauritius.
Avinash Treebhoowoon and Sandip Moneea were found not guilty by a jury at the island's Supreme Court in Port Louis.
The daughter of Tyrone gaelic football manager Mickey Harte was found strangled in her room at the luxury Legends resort in January 2011.
The prosecution had claimed the defendants attacked the 27-year-old teacher when she interrupted them stealing in the room, having momentarily left her husband John at a poolside restaurant to get some biscuits.
Treebhoowoon, 32, from Plaine de Roches, worked as a room attendant at Legends while Moneea, 43, from Petit Raffray, was his floor supervisor.
They were arrested at the hotel the day after the murder.
The high profile case was originally listed to run nine days but the verdict came in its eighth week.
The verdicts for both men were unanimous and they broke down in the dock as they were read out.
Jurors took just two hours to deliberate.
Members of the McAreavey family walked straight out of court when the foreman of the jury made the verdicts known.
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