Second QLD Baby Girl's Death Treated As Suspicious
The death of a baby girl is being treated as suspicious, with a man and a woman being questioned by police, just a day after another baby girl was found dead on a beach.
Police say a woman, 35, and a man, 37, are assisting with their inquiries into the death on Tuesday of the four-month-old infant from the Logan District.
She was taken to Queensland Children's Hospital on Monday morning with life-threatening injuries and died there on Tuesday.
Police are investigating the suspicious death of a 4-month old girl from the Logan District, after she was taken to the Logan Hospital yesterday morning suffering life-threatening injuries. https://t.co/lNGdmlIfC7 pic.twitter.com/r7ZOCBdRM9— Queensland Police (@QldPolice) November 20, 2018
Detectives from the Logan Child Protection and Investigation Unit as well as homicide detectives are investigating.
It comes just a day after another baby girl was found dead on a Gold Coast beach in a separate incident.
The nine-month-old's body was found washed up on the beach at Surfer's Paradise on Monday, with her 48-year-old father and 23-year-old mother in custody but are yet to be charged.