UPDATE at 4.45 o'clock SUNDAY | In GOLD COAST man was admitted with the murder in Brisbane man found it in his home was found to & # 39; it failed to work.
Robert Charles Frescon, 33, was found by his sister in his Kelvin Grove house on Friday afternoon.
In a statement confirmed police a 21-year-old man from Broadbeach was arrested by journalists on Sunday mornings and subsequently included with Frescon's fraud.
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Police said a post-mortem investigation that was established today Mr Frescon died from a wound to his neck.
Some other people stay with police with their investigations.
First on Sunday | HOMICIDE detectives are investigating the death of a man who was found in a Brisbane home on Friday.
The 33-year-old male sister found that his body was home to & # 39; a Hunter Street in Kelvin Grove found at 3 pm
It understood the family of & # 39; people and friends were taken care of & # 39; on & # 39; no new job.
Researchers have talked to a number of people and are trying to determine which leads to the death of a man.
It is not yet known how & # 39; the man died, but the police have confirmed that they treat his death as suspicious.
A post-mortem survey will be conducted to help & # 39; cause the & # 39; determine death.
The Kelvin Grove unit remains a crime note on Saturday and was investigated by Selen or Crime and Forensic officers.
The police brought the route on Sunday morning to look for a weapon, combing all the yard and garden at the street.
Operation Romea Chariot was established to investigate the conditions of investigation, with a research center, in a Brisbane City Criminal Investigation Branch.
Detective Acting Inspector Christopher Toohey from Brisbane City Criminal Investigation Branch calls anyone you & # 39; re in & nbsp; in Hunter Street & # 39; a frenzy that had to offend.
"We would all have talked to him in the days of his death to keep in touch with police," Detective Acting Inspector Christopher Toohey said.
Anyone with all the information that the police can help with their inquiry is called to come forward and name Policelink on 131,444 or Verdielts stoppers at 1800 333,000.
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