Four men accused of involvement in the deadly Islamabad Marriott hotel bombing were on Tuesday remanded in custody pending trial, officials said. The September 20 attack was carried out by a suicide bomber in a dumper truck who detonated 600 kilogrammes (1,300 pounds) of explosives outside the luxury hotel, killing at least 60 people and wounding more than 260. "The four suspects were produced before the court which sent them to jail on judicial remand," police official Altaf Khattak told a foreign news agency.