THE murder investigation of two brothers found dead at a Natte Yallock sheep farm on Thursday night moved to Bendigo yesterday.
John and Douglas Streeter, both in their 60s, are believed to have died from gunshot wounds at John’s farmhouse about 5.30pm on Thursday.
Bendigo police were on the scene at Vatmi Recycling in Piper Lane, Bendigo East, from about midday yesterday.
Workers were sent home and all trucks were cleared from the premises.
Nearby construction workers said plant employees told them a wallet had been found on the property, which was linked to the double-homicide investigation.
The interior of the plant was cordoned off and the gates were locked.
Bendigo police’s Detective Sergeant Mick Logan confirmed the plant was a crime scene but would not elaborate on what crime it was related to. He would also not confirm whether police had a suspect for the double murder.
Forensics workers turned up just after 3pm and took video footage inside and outside the plant.
The deaths of the Streeter brothers happened one kilometre along Streeter Lane, at the home of John Streeter.
The Bendigo East recycling plant is about 90 kilometres away from Natte Yallock.
Police are continuing to investigate the circumstances surrounding the brothers’ death.