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Kelvin Grove Residents Urged To Search Bins For Evidence

Police are hoping to find more evidence from the murder of a Brisbane man in suburban bins.

Robert Charles Frescon's body was discovered in his Kelvin Grove home by his sister on Friday after he failed to show up for work.

Three men were charged with murder over the weekend and faced Brisbane court on Monday.

But Detective Acting Inspector Chris Toohey said the investigation was ongoing and called for public help on Monday.

Police found clothing believed to be from the murder scene discarded in bins, sheds and gardens in Kelvin Grove and Herson, he said.

They urged residents to check bins as they put them out on Monday night as they were still seeking a weapon, shoes, clothing and a face mask.

Over the weekend a post-mortem examination found the 33-year-old had died from a wound to his neck.

Gold Coast man Thomas Appleby, 21, was charged with the murder on Sunday and faced Brisbane Magistrates Court on Monday.

He made no application for bail.

But his lawyer indicated outside court he intended to fight the charge.

Nicholas James Torralba, 29, from St Lucia, and 23-year-old Damian Marco Markovski, from Broadbeach have also been charged with Mr Frescon's murder.

Torralba and Markovski also appeared briefly in the same court on Monday.

All three men had their matters adjourned for mention again on February 4.

AAP

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