Two teenage girls have been murdered in a so-called "honour killing" in north-west Pakistan following a video circulated on the internet.
They are said to have been shot dead by family members earlier this week in a village on the border of the North and South Waziristan tribal districts.
The murders came after a video appeared on social media showing the girls with a young man, police said.
Two men were reportedly arrested on Sunday in connection with the case.
The two men were the father of one of the victims and brother of the other victim, police officials told BBC Urdu.
The incident is said to have taken place on Thursday afternoon at Shamplan village, in Garyom region on the border between North and South Waziristan districts in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, according to police.
The reason behind the killings of the two girls, aged 16 and 18, is believed to be a video, provided to the BBC, which shows a young man recording himself with three young girls in a secluded area outdoors.
It appeared the video was shot nearly a year ago and most probably went viral on social media a few weeks ago, a senior police official told Dawn newspaper.
"At the moment, our topmost priority is to secure the life of the third girl and the man before taking any action," the officer said.
Human Rights Watch says that violence against women and girls remains a serious problem in Pakistan.
Activists believe about 1,000 such "honour killing" murders are carried out across the country every year.
What is an 'honour killing'?
It is the killing of a member of a family who is perceived to have brought dishonour upon relatives.
Pressure group Human Rights Watch says the most common reasons are that the victim:
- refused to enter into an arranged marriage
- was the victim of a sexual assault or rape
- had sexual relations outside marriage, even if only alleged
But killings can be carried out for more trivial reasons, like dressing in a way deemed inappropriate or displaying behaviour seen as disobedient.