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Australia Grandfather is charged with murder after 'shooting his wife, 67, outside their home' - as neighbours reveal he was mowing the lawn hours earlier

04:00  10 november  2019
04:00  10 november  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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a person holding a bird: Gail Kelsey, 67, (pictured) died on Friday night after her 72-year-old husband Richard allegedly used a rifle to shoot her at their house© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Gail Kelsey, 67, (pictured) died on Friday night after her 72-year-old husband Richard allegedly used a rifle to shoot her at their house

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Gail Kelsey, 67, died on Friday night after her 72-year-old husband Richard allegedly used a rifle to shoot her outside their house in Chambers Flat, south of Brisbane.

After the tragedy, Kelsey allegedly called triple zero to report the shooting and sat on the front step of his house without a shirt on until officers arrived.

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The lawn mowing business run by Anthony Harvey, whose wife Mara, 47, three daughters and mother-in-law were Father, Anthony Harvey, having financial problems with lawn mowing business. He confided in a Stunned neighbours expressed their shock and sadness at suspected massacre.

Despite desperate attempts of paramedics to save Mrs Kelsey, she died at the scene.

Detective Inspector Tony Lohmann said the husband was 'distraught' but 'cooperative' with officers when they arrived at the home.

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'(It's) a shock to everybody,' he said, The Courier Mail reported.

Mrs Kelsey's death rattled the community, with many neighbours saying they were a quiet couple who had been married for years.

a person sitting at a table: Richard Kelsey (pictured) was 'distraught' when police officers arrived at his home after he allegedly shot his wife Gail© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Richard Kelsey (pictured) was 'distraught' when police officers arrived at his home after he allegedly shot his wife Gail

'They were just a quiet old couple, I've never heard yelling come out of there,' one resident said.

'The absolutely sad thing about this is a mother has lost her life and he has lost his life,' another neighbour said.

It's understood Kelsey was seen tending to the lawn hours before the shooting.

The couple were also known to host regular Christmas parties in the street with Kelsey dressing up as Santa Claus and his wife cooking food for the neighbourhood.

The 72-year-old was a licensed gun holder and was not known to police.

Kelsey has been charged with murder and is due to appear in Beenleigh Magistrates Court on Monday.

a man in glasses looking at the camera: Richard Kelsey (pictured) has been charged with the murder of his wife after he allegedly shot her in the chest at their home in Chambers Flat, south of Brisbane© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Richard Kelsey (pictured) has been charged with the murder of his wife after he allegedly shot her in the chest at their home in Chambers Flat, south of Brisbane

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