FourFour Two: Kids’ village of Shilo dies at the hands of a hunter

FourFour two – the final chapter of FourFour’s children’s saga of Osrs, Osrs.

Now we have the sad news of Osr, Osr’s brother and his family’s demise in the hunt for the missing boy.

Shilo is one of the few villages that Osrs has visited, and in the years since his disappearance, Osers and his wife have found themselves on a number of adventures.

Osrs and his friends have been to the Australian Outback, where he went to train, to the island of Borneo and to the wilds of the Pacific Ocean, to Tahiti and the Great Barrier Reef.

He’s also gone on many adventure trips, with a particular focus on Tahiti.

But on October 14, Shilo villagers, including the Shilo boy, were shot dead by a man they were hunting.

Shilo village leader, Mr Juhalini Siva, said that he and his two brothers had been out to a hunt, when the two young boys were caught in a trap.

“The two boys were running away, but they were shot,” Mr Siva said.

“The village’s chief, Mr Sravan, said his brothers were just a few metres from the road, but the bullet had passed through their bodies.””

The Shilo boys’ parents were found shot dead in a shallow grave in their backyard. “

The village’s chief, Mr Sravan, said his brothers were just a few metres from the road, but the bullet had passed through their bodies.”

The Shilo boys’ parents were found shot dead in a shallow grave in their backyard.

Mr Sivans father, a fisherman, was found in a separate grave with a bullet wound to his back.

The three other brothers were shot in the head and face.

A second man, a local man, has been arrested on suspicion of murder.

“He’s been questioned, he’s been interviewed, and the police have opened an investigation,” Mr Jukalini said.

Mr Siva was quoted by local media as saying the boys had been caught up in a “misadventure”.

“It’s an adventure that they had to face in order to make their way home,” he said.”[The men] didn’t know where they were going, and were caught up with a trap.”

The three boys were last seen in Osrs’ backyard about 3:00am.

Mr Jukolinis brother said the boys would never be forgotten.

“There’s nothing that’s more important to us than our brother and sister,” he told FourFour.

“We are so lucky to have them.

They are our family.”

FourFourTwo understands that Mr Srivan is cooperating with the police investigation.

The Shilos’ story has resonated with thousands of viewers on social media, with many expressing their support for the family.

“It was a big shock, but we all have a sense of loss.

We have been thinking about them since they were little,” Mr Orundar said.

The police have so far not commented on the circumstances surrounding the killings, but Mr Jokolinis said they were confident the boys’ killers would be caught.

“I think it will be the same with the person who is responsible for this.

They know we are family, and they know they are doing this to hurt us,” Mr Rizvi said.

FourFour Two will continue to investigate the murders of the Osrs family.