VICTIMS: Daniel Shaw (left) was gunned down, while (right) Johnny Robbins is disappeared and believed to have been killed

A MAN who was arrested in Spain for a double murder has been released on bail, the West Midlands police have confirmed.

The 29-year-old was held over the deaths of Daniel Shaw, 28 in Coventry and Johnny Robbins, 33.

Ben Whyley and Ryan Hobday, both 29, were named as suspects, but police say that the men have ‘gone off the radar’ and may be dead.

The pair from Coventry, have not been seen since the murders by family or friends.

MURDER: Hobday (left) and Whyley (right) were suspected by police, but have since gone off the radar

The BBC reported that it is understood that the man released on bail is a previously named suspect, but did not confirm his identity.

Shaw was gunned down in Tile Hill on 25 March, while Robbins has never been found and is presumed dead.

The arrested man was brought back to the West Midlands for questioning over potential ‘involvement in a conspiracy to murder’.

A police spokesperson confirmed that he had been granted bail with the strictest conditions until the end of December.

Another suspect, a 21-year-old woman was arrested on November 21 on suspicion of assisting the offender, but she was also bailed, with conditions including confiscating her passport.

The sisters of the two victims are working on a joint appeal and there is a £10,000 reward in place to catch the killers.

People with information are advised to contact the West Midlands Police Homicide Team via 101 on 0121 428 6127 or email opalydar@west-midlands.police.uk.

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