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Australia Man accused of killing homeless man in NSW also wanted over a death in Queensland

09:05  27 november  2019
09:05  27 november  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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a close up of a man making a face for the camera: David Collin was found dead outside a community centre at Maroochydore. (Supplied: Queensland Police Service)© Provided by ABC News David Collin was found dead outside a community centre at Maroochydore. (Supplied: Queensland Police Service)

A man arrested for allegedly killing a man sleeping rough in northern New South Wales is now wanted for arrest by Queensland police for allegedly killing another homeless man on the Sunshine Coast.

Authorities were called to Jack Evans Boat Harbour Park at Tweed Heads last Friday after a couple walking their dog found the body of 56-year-old Andrew Whyte Murray in a sleeping bag.

The accused man was due to face court today charged with the Byron Bay man's murder.

Queensland detectives have alleged the same man was also responsible for the alleged murder of homeless man David Collin, 53, while he slept outside a Maroochydore community centre, sometime between September 8 and 9.

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Detective Senior Sergeant Daren Edwards said an arrest warrant would be issued for the man over the Sunshine Coast murder in the next 24 hours, but that could not happen until his NSW matters were dealt with.

"We will be charging him [the accused] as per the arrest warrant with the murder of David Collin," he said.

"At this stage, it is before the court, he is a person under restraint in the New South Wales court system, there are avenues to proceed with [the accused] post to those court matters being dealt with in New South Wales."

NSW Detective Inspector Brendon Cullen said the alleged murderer was arrested while he was on his way back to Sydney, with detectives working around the clock to locate him.

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"It is a particularly brutal and violent attack on someone who is essentially helpless — it is quite confronting."

Queensland police had initially told the ABC that David Collin also died in a "brutal unprovoked attack", likely with a weapon, which caused him to suffer severe head injuries.

Mr Collin had been grocery shopping in Maroochydore just hours before his death, which occurred while he slept outside the Millwell Road Community Centre on the Sunshine Coast in early September.

Employees of the community centre found Mr Collin and immediately notified police.

Detective Senior Sergeant Edwards said he hoped the accused's arrest would provide relief to the homeless men's families.

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