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Police at the scene of a suspected murder-suicide at Burleigh Heads, Monday, November 2. Photo courtesy Nine News

Queensland police are investigating whether two people found dead at a home in Dotterel Drive, Burleigh Heads yesterday (Monday, November 2) died by murder-suicide.

Police arrived at the property at around 5pm yesterday and found the bodies of a 46-year-old man inside the home and a 36-year-old woman in a car outside.

A crime scene has been established at the property. Scientific and forensic police will return there today.

Anyone who may have information are urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


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