ABC News 12 February 2016
Queensland Police will today return to a dam at Logan, south of Brisbane, where two bodies were found in a large metal box on Thursday morning.
Police are yet to confirm whether the bodies are those of Iuliana Triscaru, 31, and Cory Breton, 28, who went missing two weeks ago.
However, homicide detectives suspected early on that the pair had met with foul play, and senior investigators yesterday said there was little doubt the bodies were those of Ms Triscaru and Mr Breton.
Friends tied up, shot and dumped in dam in metal coffin
Gold Coast Bulletin February 12, 2016 THEY were beaten, stabbed and tied by the ankles and wrists before being forced into a 2m-long metal toolbox, still alive.
Mother-of-three Iuliana Triscaru and Cory Breton were then driven to a nearby dam in a suburb of Logan, south of Brisbane, where they were shot in the head and dumped in the water.
Holes drilled in the sides helped their makeshift coffin sink to the bottom of Scrubby Creek in Kingston, from where police dredged it up yesterday, hauling it out with a crane as the stench of decomposing bodies filled the air.
Read more: http://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/national/police-question-man-over-two-mates-still-missing-from-logan/news-story/c3a0fce7b63704904932c39f23ddd95b
Six charged with murder after two bodies found in dam near Brisbane
The Guardian [Australia] Joshua Robertson 11 February 2016
An aspiring television actor and a mother of seven are among six people facing murder charges after police discovered a metal box believed to contain their alleged victims in a dam south of Brisbane.
The remains of two people were found inside the large metal box, which was hoisted from a dam in Kingston in Logan and transported to the John Tonge Centre for forensic analysis on Thursday.
Police suspect the bodies, which will undergo post mortem examinations and positive identification, are Cory Breton, 28, and Iuliana Triscaru, 31, who have been missing since 24 January.
Read more: http://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2016/feb/11/six-charged-murder-after-two-bodies-found-in-dam-near-brisbane
Logan murder charges: Police suspect drug debt was behind deaths
Brisbane Times Kim Stephens February 11, 2016
Police suspect a drug debt was behind the deaths of missing Logan pair Cory Breton and Iluiana Triscaru, who they alleged were murdered, stuffed in a metal box and dumped in a dam on the night of January 24.
Detective Superintendent Dave Hutchinson said police divers discovered the two metre box in a dam on a vacant lot in Kingston, in the southern Logan region, just after 8am on Thursday.
While investigators were yet to open it, he said they strongly suspected the remains of the missing pair were inside.
Read more: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/logan-murder-charges-police-suspect-drug-debt-was-behind-deaths-20160211-gmrf8t.html
ABC News Update 11 Feb., 2016
Bodies of two people revealed inside metal box pulled from Logan dam
The bodies of two people have been found locked in a large metal box that had been submerged in a dam at Kingston, south of Brisbane, detectives say.
Police believe the bodies to be those of Cory Breton, 28, and Iuliana Triscaru, 31, who were reported missing last month.
In a statement, police said the box was taken to Brisbane’s John Tonge Centre for forensic examination and found to contain the remains of two people.
Post-mortem examinations are being carried out to identify the pair.