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Police say death of woman at Caboolture was not suspicious

Police are investigating a sudden death at Centenary Lakes, Caboolture. Photo Jorge Branco / Caboolture News
Police are investigating a sudden death at Centenary Lakes, Caboolture. Photo Jorge Branco / Caboolture News Jorge Branco

UPDATE:  POLICE have confirmed that the death of a woman who's body was located at Centenary Lakes yesterday is non suspicious.

The body was discovered near the toilet block at Centenary Lakes park early in the morning.

A police cordon was been set up at the Riverview St end of Stringfellow Rd, near the Shirley Tinney Netball Complex as investigations were underway.

Constable Matt Smith said police had been at the scene since 8am yesterday and the area.

Anyone seeking help should call Lifeline's 24hr crisis telephone line on 13 11 14.

Topics:  centenary lakes, police, sudden death


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