Assets left in the driveway of the Cannon Hill home, where the girl, 4, died when father was charged with murder
An abandoned stroller and teddy bear were left in the house where a four-year-old girl may have starved to death two days ago.
Willow Dunn was found dead at around 9:20 am Monday in a rental home in Cannon Hill in east Brisbane.
The police will claim her father, Mark James Dunn, 43, killed her on Saturday, two days before emergency services were called up.
Dunn, born in Auckland, was charged late on Monday and the bail did not appear in Brisbane Magistrates Court on Tuesday, but the hearing has now been adjourned until July 20.
Neighbors watched in horror as the family was led out of the house Monday morning with other young children to speak to the detectives.
Senior detectives, two ambulances, and a fleet of about ten police cars entered the house after the grim discovery and immediately determined a crime scene.
In front of the property was an abandoned stroller with a small basketball-shaped toy on the handle
A smiling teddy bear was also seen in a house windshield above a sign that read “Mark’s.” The teddy bear was dressed in a Parramatta Eels NRL jersey
The photos taken on-site Tuesday morning show that the investigators had returned to take forensic smears and further investigate the family home
The photos taken on-site Tuesday morning show that the investigators had returned to take forensic smears and further investigate the family home.
In front of the property was an abandoned stroller with a small basketball-shaped toy on the handle.
The police had taped the area around the stroller.
A smiling teddy bear was also seen in a house windshield above a sign that read “Mark’s.”
The teddy bear was dressed in a Parramatta Eels NRL jersey.
Detectives are still working to determine how Willow died and investigate whether she was starving.
She also did not receive crucial medication she needed, Seven News reported.
Early reports indicate that she had been ‘dead for some time’ before her body was found on Monday.
Senior detectives and a fleet of about 10 police cars came to the house after the grim discovery and immediately determined a crime scene
Police arrived at Queenslander’s house, where a car with green P plates was in the driveway
Forensic teams where a four-year-old girl’s body was found Monday morning in a house in Cannon Hill. A 43-year-old man has been charged with murder
On Monday, just after 9:00 am, a call was made with the Queensland Ambulance Service.
An SUV with green ‘P’ signs was in the driveway on Tuesday morning, as were camping chairs across the lawn.
Trader Trent O’Brien, who worked on the street when the police arrived, said he was shocked at how calm the family was when the girl’s body was taken.
He said about five people, including a small child with a diaper, walked out of the house when the emergency services arrived.
“No one I saw was delirious … I didn’t hear any screams,” he said.
Police spent all day at Bent Street and interviewed members of the girl’s family. The police assist in the investigation.
A neighbor said a family rented the house on a quiet suburban street.
“I never heard much from them. It is a fairly quiet street … it is a bit of a shock, ‘said the resident The courier post.
The pram was dropped by police who arrived Tuesday to further inspect the scene
An SUV with green ‘P’ signs was in the driveway on Tuesday morning, as well as camping seats scattered across the front yard
A detective was shown walking around the house with a camera to take pictures of the scene
Parents of Cannon Hill Anglican College, on the road from the crime scene, were informed about the police in the area and warned that this would delay students’ drop-off and pick-up.
“Should you hear about this incident through the media, please be assured that there is no reason to fear any threat to the school and that your children are safe and not being informed at all about the presence of the police outside college ‘, read email to parents.
Locals said that about 10 police cars and two ambulances arrived on the spot shortly after 9am and started talking to neighbors.
A neighbor said that death was a shock to the usually quiet neighborhood.
“I’ve seen a boy jump on the trampoline before, but he would be 10 or 12 years old,” he said. “I’ve never heard much from them.”
Detectives are attractive to anyone who has information to come forward.
Police on the scene of the tragic discovery on Monday. The young girl is believed to have been dead for some time
About 10 police cars and two ambulances arrived on the spot shortly after 9am and started talking to neighbors
The police are seen at the crime scene on Monday. Parents of the nearby Cannon Hill Anglican College were warned of the presence of the police
Investigations are ongoing, a Queensland police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia