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Bodies of a man and woman wash up on a picturesque Queensland beach

  • The bodies of a man and woman were found on the northern tip of Bribie Island
  • Police are investigating if a jet ski found near the dead bodies belonged to them
  • The identities of the pair are unknown, and police have appealed for information 

Two bodies have washed up on the beach of an island on Australia’s north east coastline.

The male and female were discovered by a passerby on the northern tip of Bribie Island in Queensland about 8am Saturday.

Police revealed an abandoned jet ski was found near the dead bodies, but it was not yet known if it belonged to the pair. 

Water police, detectives and crime officers have launched an investigation into the incident.

The bodies of male and female were discovered by a passerby on the northern tip of Bribie Island in Queensland about 8am Saturday

Police revealed an abandoned jet ski was found near the dead bodies, but it was not yet known if it belonged to the pair

Police revealed an abandoned jet ski was found near the dead bodies, but it was not yet known if it belonged to the pair

The bodies, who’s identities were unknown, were transported from the beach and given to undertakers at Golden Beach about 12.45pm.

Police have appealed to the public for information on the deceased and whether anyone had gone missing since travelling to or from the island.  

Anyone with information has been urged to contact Policelink on 131 444 or provide information using the online form 24hrs per day. 

Water police, detectives and crime officers have launched an investigation into the incident

Water police, detectives and crime officers have launched an investigation into the incident

Police have appealed to the public for information on the deceased and whether anyone had gone missing since travelling to or from the island

Police have appealed to the public for information on the deceased and whether anyone had gone missing since travelling to or from the island

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