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Chilling Link Revealed In Homeless Men Killings

An arrest warrant has been issued for a man following the alleged murder of a homeless man in Queensland after the suspect was charged with another man’s murder.

Sunshine Coast police have issued a warrant for arrest following the death of a homeless man in Maroochydore in September.

Police say the body of 53-year-old David Collin was found behind a community centre where he had been sleeping on September 9.

Police asked for witnesses to come forward after releasing CCTV footage of the incident.

David Collin was allegedly killed as he slept outside a Maroochydore community centre. Image: Queensland Police

Today it was revealed that his alleged killer has also been charged in NSW, following the death of another homeless man, who was found at Tweed Heads on Friday.

Police were called to Jack Evans Boat Harbour Park about 11am on Friday after a couple who were walking their dog in the park discovered the deceased man's body in a sleeping bag.

It's believed the 56-year-old man, who has not been named, had been sleeping in the park at the time of the attack.

His family has been notified.

Officers would not comment on the nature of the deceased man's injuries.

A 34-year-old man was arrested after he got off a bus in Tweed Heads on Tuesday. He was later charged with murder in relation to that man.

The man was been refused bail and scheduled to appear in Tweeds Head Local Court on Wednesday.