Two men who died at an incident at a high rise flat in Edinburgh have been named.
Desmond Rowlings, 66, and 37-year-old Derek Johnston, both from the capital were found dead at the scene at a flat in Greendykes Road in the Craigmillar area at around 8.25pm on Tuesday, November 1.
A 65-year-old man was previously arrested and charged in connection with the deaths.
He appeared in court on Friday, November 4.
On Sunday, police confirmed a second 40-year-old man had also been charged in connection with the incident and is due to appear at Edinburgh Sheriff Court on Monday, November 7.
Mr Rowling’s daughters described their father as “a loving, happy go lucky man who kept himself to himself”.
In a statement they added: “He will be forever missed and remembered with love. As a family we ask for respect and privacy whilst we come to terms during this extremely difficult time.”
The mother and sister of 37-year-old Mr Johnston described him as “a deeply loved son and brother.”
In a statement, the family added: “My handsome boy who had such a beautiful soul, our hearts will never mend, he will be forever missed and remembered with much love and affection.
“As a family we ask for respect and privacy during this extremely difficult time.”
Detective Chief Inspector Susan Balfour of Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Team added: “Our thoughts are with the families and friends of both Desmond and Derek at this incredibly difficult time.
“Specialist officers are continuing to provide both families with support.”