Homicide squad officers, local detectives and forensic specialists continue their investigation in to the suspicious death of a young woman in Brisbane.
Police are working through the night to investigate the suspicious death of a young woman whose body was found in a busy south Brisbane Park.
Earlier on Friday police were searching for a murder weapon and speaking to witnesses, Detective Acting Inspector Tod Reid told reporters.
The victim hasn’t been identified, but police said she was possibly aged in her teens to early 20s, about 165cm tall with a slim build, olive complexion and dark hair and was wearing a silver bracelet on her right wrist.
Her body was found in a rotunda at Kurilpa Park on Friday by a man on his morning walk.
Police want to review CCTV footage from surrounding buildings and have asked for any witnesses in the area during the past day to come forward.
The body was still in the rotunda late on Friday morning as homicide squad officers, local detectives and forensic specialists scoured the scene, which had been partly affected by bad weather.
“Weather’s always a factor in these sort of incidents and fortunately the rotunda has managed to secure some of the scene for us,” Inspector Reid said.