Police say they’re looking at every aspect of a murdered chef’s life, from his childhood to recent times, in a bid to find his killer.
Officers are yet to identify a suspect in the murder of Brisbane chef Peter Milos after spending the day searching his home.
Forensic teams have been combing the Morningside house where the 26-year-old’s body was found in a room that formed part of the garage on Tuesday afternoon.
Police on Friday searched the yard of the property and surrounds but won’t say what they’re looking for. A full forensic examination of the house is also being carried out.
Detective Tony Geary told reporters police are yet to identify a suspect, but officers are interviewing associates who worked with Mr Milos, his family and friends.
“We’re examining Mr Milo’s life from his early childhood up until more recent times,” he said.
He said vehicles had been seized as part of the investigation and would be examined shortly.
A woman found the chef’s body on Tuesday afternoon. She was also one of the last people to see Mr Milos alive.
They had spent some time together on Sunday morning before he left the woman’s house, headed for an unknown location.
Police are still trying to pin down his final movements.
Mr Milos was a former co-owner with his brother of the upmarket Mariosarti restaurant in Toowong.