Brisbane police are hunting a killer, after the body of a 26-year-old man was found in the garage at his Morningside home.

Peter Milos has been identified as the co-owner of an inner-city Italian restaurant.

Bonnie Stevens reports.


Police have identified the man as, Peter Milos, a trained chef and co-owner of the Toowong restaurant, Mariosarti.

They were called to the house on Key Street in Brisbane’s east just before 4pm yesterday.

Police are calling upon family, friends and associates, of Mr Milos, to come forward if they have any information.

Tony Geary, Det Act Inspector: “We’re also asking for business owners and people who live in and around Key Street, private residents, who may have some CCTV footage that may assist to call crime stoppers and let us know.”

He was last seen on Sunday morning, by the same female friend who found his body.

Neighbours of Mr Milos are shocked.

David Casey, Neighbour: “It’s just strange, this is such a quiet street, you don’t really expect this sort of thing to happen.”

Many residents say they didn’t know Mr Milos as he was relatively new to the area.

He was living between his parents’ house and multiple other addresses.

Forensic police completed their first sweep of the house this morning, they are now treating the death as a homicide.

A post mortem examination was conducted this afternoon investigations are continuing.

Bonnie Stevens, QUT News.