Police have begun searching the yard of the Morningside home, where the body of Peter Milos was found.
They are still trying to track the murdered chef’s final movements.
Bonnie Stevens reports.
Police forensic officers began scouring the backyard of the Morningside home looking for forensic evidence to assist with the investigation.
And they say the search will broaden in the coming days.
Det. Act. Inspector Tony Geary: “Certainly we’ll be conducting a search of both 20 key street and all other surrounding yards.”
The body of 26-year-old Milos was found by a female friend on Tuesday afternoon.
Milos, the co-owner of Brisbane restaurant, Mariosarti, was last seen on Sunday, when he left his friend’s home, heading for an unknown location.
Police are again calling for anyone who may have been in the vicinity of Key street between Sunday and Tuesday to call Crime Stoppers with any information.
Det. Act. Inspector Tony Geary: “We’ve been investigating a number of associates of Mr Milos including his friends and family.”
Police say they’re yet to identify any suspects.
Bonnie Stevens, QUT News.