Police Investigate Suspicious Deaths Of Man And Woman Found Dead At A House
Queensland Police are investigating the deaths of a man and a woman who were found dead on Monday evening.
The pair were found inside a property in North Rockhampton, Central Queensland at about 9.30pm on Monday after police received an emergency call.
Police are treating the deaths as suspicious after the pair were found in the bedroom of the home with significant injuries.
A crime scene was quickly established at the Frenchville Road address and detectives and forensic crews are working to determine the cause of death of the two people.
The pair have not been identified and police interviewed a number of neighbours and witnesses on Tuesday.
One neighbour, who requested anonymity, told Ten News First she heard a commotion shortly before emergency services arrived.
"[I heard] a male voice yelling swear words. Two really distinct swear words," the woman told Ten's Brendan Savage.
"Then I heard some loud banging, that was basically it, and then the sirens all arrived."
She also said there has been a history of disturbances at the home.
"The things that have been happening in the last couple of years, I am not surprised," the woman said.
Police confirmed on Tuesday they are not questioning anyone over the two deaths and the pair's significant injures have lead to difficulties with forensic investigations.
"We still haven't been able to remove bodies from that scene, so obviously it's quite significant," Detective Senior Sergeant Luke Peachey told reporters.
Police are yet to reveal the cause of death of the pair and they would not confirm if firearms were involved.
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