Qld Police Media October 15, 2014
Police investigating the suspected murder of Chantal Barnett and Robert Martinez have located items of interest during a recent search at Depot Hill.
The search was conducted at a property at Depot Hill on October 11 with the assistance of SES volunteers.
Detective Senior Sergeant Scott Moon, Officer in Charge of Rockhampton CIB, describes the items that were found during the search as being items of significance to the investigation.
ABC news report
Gold Coast Bulletin 10 October 2014
POLICE are searching a Surfers Paradise house in relation to the murder of Coomera man Mark “Zeb’’ Spencer.
Police confirmed they would execute a crime scene warrant at a house at Salerno Drive regarding the murder of Mr Spencer at his Foxwell Road property at Coomera on October 1. Police said the occupants of the Surfers Paradise house were assisting police with their inquiries. They will forensically examine the premises over the next few days.
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Townsville Bulletin Victoria Nugent 10 October 2014
A MAN is being treated in Brisbane with severe burns after a Pepsi can exploded while he was burning rubbish north of Ingham. The 20-year-old was setting alight rubbish just off the Bruce Highway at the northern end of a Cardwell Range property on Thursday afternoon when the explosion occurred, causing burns to his arms, chest and face.
News.com.au October 10, 2014
LAWYERS for a Gold Coast playboy charged with the murder of a New Zealand tourist at his high-rise apartment have demanded police hand over key parts of the case against their client.
Gable Tostee, who once boasted of bedding about 150 women, faced Southport Magistrates Court Friday morning on one count of murder after a date night nightmare at his plush apartment.
Warriena Tagpuno Wright, 26, died after falling 14 floors from Tostee’s Surfers Paradise apartment balcony in August.
Gold Coast Bulletin Jessica Elder October 08, 2014
STATE Emergency Service volunteers and police are scouring a rural Coomera property for clues they hope will lead them to the killer of a 37-year-old father.
It has been one week since Mark “Zeb” Spencer was found bashed to death on his back veranda.
SES search for Coomera murder weapon
Brisbane Times Kim Stephens October 8, 2014
It was the scene of an almost unfathomable horror. Now, the near-new inner Brisbane apartment where a young chef murdered, dismembered then cooked his transgender partner is set to be returned to its owners.
Police appear no closer to determining what prompted Marcus Volke to stab Mayang Prasetyo to death at their rented unit in the riverside suburb of Teneriffe nearly a week ago, before cutting her body into pieces and boiling it on their stove.
The 27-year-old later used the murder weapon, believed to be a knife, to end his own life.
QPS News 5 October 2014
A crime scene remains in place in Teneriffe this afternoon as part of police investigations into two deaths. Around 9pm, police attended an address on Commercial Road to conduct a welfare check. Upon arrival, officers discovered human remains inside a unit. A search of surrounding streets later led to the discovery of a man’s body in Dath Street.
Read more: http://mypolice.qld.gov.au/blog/2014/10/05/update-death-investigation-teneriffe/
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