CCTV could unveil clue in fatal shooting
POLICE are continuing their investigations into the fatal shooting of a man inside a Booval house.
At this stage no charges have been laid in relation to the man's death last Friday morning.
Police are treating the man's death as suspicious but would not reveal whether they had located the weapon used in the shooting.
Police have identified the man, 26, who was killed but have not released any other details at the request of his next of kin.
The three people who were inside the house at the time of the shooting are continuing to assist police with their investigations.
Police stressed the three people who are assisting them were not suspects at this stage and a person of interest had yet to be identified.
Emergency services were alerted to the fatal shooting inside the Stafford St house shortly after 2am following a call to 000.
Ben Caffrey, 27, and his partner Jasmine Ockhuysen, 26, who both live at the address, spent several hours being interviewed on Friday at Yamanto police station.
Another man, 24, who was present inside the house at the time of the shooting, was also interviewed at length.
The Queensland Times understands the deceased man went to the house armed with a gun and forced his way inside.
It is believed an altercation took place near the front bedroom where he was shot dead.
It is understood the deceased man is known to Ms Ockhuysen.
Stafford St remained locked down for the majority of the day and into the night while detectives and scientific officers combed the house for evidence.
Police conducted several doorknocks of nearby houses in the street, seeking information from residents as to what they may have witnessed or heard on Friday morning.
A police source told the Queensland Times the Stafford St address was known to them and CCTV located near the entrance of the house could hold clues to how events unfolded.
Anyone with information which could assist police with their investigation should contact Crime Stoppers via 1800 333 000.