Mystery as woman’s lifeless body is found in a million-dollar suburb in Brisbane – as police launch an urgent investigation
- Woman’s body found at home in wealthy suburb of Stretton in Brisbane’s south
- Queensland Police officers on scene, where man assisting with their inquiries
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A wealthy Brisbane suburb has been rocked by the grim discovery of a woman’s body.
Officers were called to a home in Coolidge Court, Stretton in the city’s south around 9.40am on Monday morning following reports of an incident.
A woman’s body was found at the property.
Police would only confirm a man is assisting police with their inquiries.
A major crime scene has been established as officers have cordoned off the quiet cul-de-sac, which is now under a heavy police presence.
Forensic officers were seen entering a home.
Shocked neighbours told the Courier Mail the property home to ‘lovely people who mainly kept to themselves’.
The median price for homes in Stretton is more than $900,000 and is home to a population of 4,334, according to the 2016 Census.
The average weekly household income for the suburb is $1,843, well above the national median of $1,234.
More to come.