Brisbane Times

Tragedy Unfolds In Brisbane As Two Bodies Discovered In Doolandella Home

Queensland police have established a crime scene in Brisbane’s south after the discovery of two bodies at a residence on Redhead Street in Doolandella. 

The grim scene happened around 7pm on Tuesday, prompting an immediate response from law enforcement.

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A man and a woman both in their 30s, were found lifeless inside the home. 

Police claimed that these two victims were known to each other. 

It was not immediately clear how the deaths occurred, and police were investigating this matter.

Detectives spent Tuesday evening interviewing multiple individuals in the neighbourhood, seeking information that could help solve the case. 

The tragic incident has shocked the community. Shannan Rice, residing across the street, noted the unusual quietness surrounding the house. 

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She mentioned that while cars occasionally pulled up, the lack of consistent human activity was noticeable. 

“That house is probably eerily quiet, now that you think about it,” she told the Brisbane Times.

“Carss would pull up but you’d never really see anyone come in or out that was constantly the same person.”

Another neighbour, while acknowledging limited interaction with the man, described him as hardworking and always engaged in his duties.

The authorities have not identified any suspects at this stage of the investigation. However, they encourage anyone with pertinent information to come forward. 

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