The police stay in the house on the outskirts of Brisbane, where bodies of a brother and sister have been found

Mother finds her son and daughter dead in their home in mysterious circumstances

  • On Tuesday the police were called to a home on Macbeth Place in Sunnybank Hills
  • Bodies of a man, 54, and his 58-year-old sister, 58, were found in the house
  • The couple was found in separate rooms by their 89-year-old mother, police said
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Two brothers and sisters were found mysteriously dead in their home in southern Brisbane.

The police were called to a home on Macbeth Place in Sunnybank Hills on Tuesday around 2:30 PM, where the bodies of the man, 54, and his sister, 58, were found.

The pair was found in separate rooms by their 89-year-old mother, who also lived at home, police said.

The bodies of a man and a woman were found Tuesday in a house in Sunnybank Hills

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The bodies of a man and a woman were found Tuesday in a house in Sunnybank Hills

It is currently unclear how long the bodies have been in the house.

& # 39; Investigations begin early in the piece & # 39 ;, a Queensland police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia.

& # 39; A crime scene has been established. No further information is currently available. & # 39;

Forensic officers remain in the Sunnybank Hills home where the two bodies were found

Forensic officers remain in the Sunnybank Hills home where the two bodies were found

Forensic officers remain in the Sunnybank Hills home where the two bodies were found

Senior Sergeant Gary Aschenberger told reporters that the house was in a messy state when the police arrived.

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He said it was too early to determine the cause of death.

& # 39; (That is) unknown until forensic investigation has been there and of course autopsies will also be performed, & # 39; he said.

He refused to say whether the dead were treated as suspicious as & # 39; nothing was excluded & # 39 ;.

Post-mortem examinations are expected to be conducted tomorrow.

& # 39; Preliminary investigations show that the 54-year-old man and 58-year-old woman may have died some time before the police were present, & # 39; read a police statement.

Senior Sergeant Gary Aschenberger (photo) spoke to reporters about the tragedy
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Senior Sergeant Gary Aschenberger (photo) spoke to reporters about the tragedy

Senior Sergeant Gary Aschenberger (photo) spoke to reporters about the tragedy

Their elderly mother was taken to the hospital for assessment after finding the couple's bodies.

Part of the normally quiet dead-end street in the suburbs remained closed on Tuesday evening with a heavy police presence that kept people away.

& # 39; This is a very quiet street and everyone keeps it to themselves & # 39 ;, a shocked resident of Macbeth Place said Courier Mail.

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& # 39; We didn't know the people who live there, but it's a tragedy regardless of the circumstances. & # 39;

The police have confirmed that they are not looking for anyone for this incident and that they do not have to find a weapon or motive yet.

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The police were called to Macbeth Place in Sunnybank Hills and found the bodies of two people

The police were called to Macbeth Place in Sunnybank Hills and found the bodies of two people

The police were called to Macbeth Place in Sunnybank Hills and found the bodies of two people

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