News – AU – Two bodies found in a fire-ravaged house on Browns Plains in a possible domestic violence incident


Police found the bodies of two people after a fire broke out in a townhouse in Browns Plains on the south side of Brisbane on Monday morning

The remains recovered from the badly damaged residence last night are believed to be a man and woman, both 49 years old, who have been missing since the Moyla Street fire / p>
Police said the man and woman had previously been in a relationship and a domestic violence order was issued earlier this month by Beenleigh Magistrates Court

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Investigations into the circumstances of the fire and the nature of their relationship continue

Police said the 49-year-old woman lived in the unit According to property advertisements for the secure complex, they have 24-hour video surveillance

The emergency services were called home around 4:00 a.m. on Monday when it took the fire department 30 minutes to contain the fire

The police are working to determine the events that led to the fire and are calling on anyone with information to come forward

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Browns Plains, Brisbane

News – AU – Two bodies found in a fire-ravaged house in Browns Plains in a possible domestic violence incident