A police officer walks up to the house at Upper Dibe Circular, Long Circular, where the charred remains of three bodies were discovered yesterday.

Police believe the three charred bodies found in a house at Upper Dibe Road, Long Circular, St James, early yesterday are those of Spanish nationals between the ages of 19 to 34 years.

Up to last night, police could only confirm that one of them was female and the other men but had only obtained the first names and aliases of the deceased.

They said one of the victims was named Santiago, 19, another had the alias Flow, 32, while the third was a 34-year-old with the alias Coco.

Homicide detectives said just after 2 am yesterday, Upper Dibe residents heard loud explosions. A short time after, a house in the area was seen on fire.

Fire officers from Wrightson Road headquarters, Four Roads and Morvant stations responded along with the police.

The blaze was later extinguished.

However, inside the home, investigators say firefighters discovered the charred remains of the three victims.

Homicide detectives are continuing investigations.