Two cars could hold the key solving the murder of Brisbane woman shot dead
Two cars could hold the key to solving the murder of Megan Kirley, who was shot dead at her Brisbane property earlier this month.
The 40-year-old’s body was found at a Wembley Road property just after 3am on February 9.
Inspector Craig Morrow said as part of ongoing inquiries, police were seeking the assistance of the public in relation an orange sedan and a white dual cab utility towing a trailer, which were recorded on CCTV travelling the area at the time of the incident.
"We haven't been able to identify these vehicles so what we're seeking is public assistance in regards as to the drivers of those vehicles so we can speak with them to assist with our inquiries," police said.
"I’m confident that at some stage we will identify those cars through our investigation.
“From the CCTV that we have at the moment, we are unable to identify those number plates, but we are expanding our search area in regards to other CCTV vision.
“All I can say at this stage is they entered Wembley Road and travelled east.”
Neighbours reported hearing two gunshots on the morning of the murder, before emergency services arrived at the Brisbane property.
Police left dozens of evidence markers in the driveway, as well as around a shipping container located at the back of the rural block.
Investigators said they have located “some items of interest” and would continue searching.
"We're slowly piecing together what we think has happened,” he said
Her partner, Pieter Pickering, previously told 9News he was "absolutely broken" after his girlfriend was shot dead, adding he was going to propose to the 40-year-old on Valentine's Day.
"Megan was the kindest, strongest, most beautiful, understanding and compassionate woman that this world was ever graced with," he said.
"I had bought a ring... And we were in agreeance we wanted to spend the rest of our lives together".
Mr Pickering was questioned by detectives last weekend, but was later released without charge and continues to assist investigators with their inquiries.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000
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