Man flew from Rockhampton to Brisbane after allegedly murdering woman, baby

A mother and baby were found dead at a home in central Queensland hours before a man was charged with two counts of murder.

The man was taken into custody after walking into a Brisbane police station on Thursday, telling police the 30-year-old woman and her 11-week-old daughter were dead at the property hundreds of kilometres away in Rockhampton.

Officers discovered the bodies in a “quite confronting” scene at the property.

Police suspect Tayla and baby Murphy Margaret Cox died on Tuesday…

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