The police in all Queensland went down to Rockhampton to find out how a couple was brutally abandoned by deceaseds in the room at their suburban residence on Monday night.
Investigations continue on the death of the man and woman almost two days after the police rushed to Frenchville's house after a frenetic three-way call made at 9:30 p.m.
A Queensland police spokesman confirmed that forensic experts continue to wind up the property of Frenchville Rd this morning when homicide detectives travel from Brisbane to join the investigation, news.com.au reports.
The police rang out of the house on Monday night after the horrible discovery Sergey Luke Peachey's senior detective described as "significant."
"Forensics have been working throughout the night and we have not yet been able to eliminate the bodies of this scene, which is obviously an important investigation that we are doing at this time," the watchdog said yesterday. Senior Detective Luke Peachey.
A QPS spokesman later told news.com.au that "it was not a very pleasant discovery" for emergency services.
From the comments of Mr. Peachey, a businessman has been called home to eliminate the bodies.
The police could not confirm the relationship between the two found and said they were working to notify the family.
"You have not made any positive identification," he said.
"We have our suspicions, but until we can make a positive identification, to be fair with the family, we will not publish more information."
The detectives are also in the process of collecting information from neighbors and witnesses in the generally quiet suburban street.
"At this stage, we have only talked briefly with the neighbors … I do not want to speculate on what they have heard or what they have heard so far," said Peachey.
The two dead are being treated as suspects, but the police said they still had no need to take anyone to custody.
The police have not revealed the cause of death and would not say if they had involved firearms.