Queensland lady dies in suspicious home hearth after gaining safety order | Queensland


A Queensland grandmother who perished in a suspicious home hearth had not too long ago taken out a safety order.

Tributes are flowing for 49-year-old Doreen Langham on social media pages that marketing campaign towards home violence.

Media studies named Langham because the sufferer of Monday’s blaze, south of Brisbane, together with a 49-year-old man recognized as her ex-partner Gary Hely.

Police are but to formally establish the our bodies discovered contained in the blackened shell of a Browns Plains house and are awaiting the outcomes of an post-mortem. Investigators imagine the hearth was intentionally lit.

The Queensland premier, Annastacia Palaszczuk, spoke of the tragedy on Tuesday, saying: “It’s unbelievable that is occurring at the present time.”

Appearing Det Insp Daniel Cunningham stated on Monday it might take investigators as much as every week to arrange a report about the reason for the blaze.

He confirmed a short lived safety order was issued by Beenleigh magistrates court docket on 9 February, with out confirming any identities.

Talking on Tuesday, Chief Supt Brian Swan stated the investigation could be overseen by the state coroner as a loss of life in relation to a police investigation.

Swan stated on the evening earlier than the hearth there was a cellphone name to police and officers did attend the unit. “The decision was made within the night of Sunday, someday after 9pm, and police attended, it might appear after midnight,” he stated.

Police have no idea the total extent of inquires on the scene earlier than the hearth, however that might be examined intimately within the coronial investigation, Swan stated.

Police are calling for anybody with details about the couple or the blaze to come back ahead.

• In Australia, the nationwide family violence counselling service is on 1800 737 732. The disaster assist service Lifeline is on 13 11 14 and the nationwide family violence counselling service is on 1800 737 732.