Yarrabilba and Jimboomba men arrested after alleged murder at Gleneagle

TWO men have been arrested in New South Wales following the alleged murder of a man at Gleneagle last week.

On Monday, Logan detectives successfully applied for the extradition of the two men by virtue of a Queensland arrest warrant.

It will be alleged that just before 6am on Monday, October 14, four people forced entry to a home at Brittany Court.

It will be further alleged that during this home invasion, a 48-year-old man sustained a gunshot wound to his leg and a 40-year-old male occupant was hit on the head with a hammer.

The 48-year-old man was treated at the scene by paramedics but died just after 7am. The 40-year-old man sustained minor head injuries and was in a stable condition, treated by paramedics.

A 29-year-old Yarrabilba man was arrested by New South Wales police in Forbes, north-west of Cowra, on Friday. He appeared at the Dubbo Local Court today where Logan detectives successfully applied for his extradition to Queensland.

A 28-year-old Jimboomba man was arrested by New South Wales police in Port Macquarie yesterday.

He appeared at the Port Macquarie Local Court today, where Logan detectives successfully applied for his extradition to Queensland.

The pair are expected to be extradited to Logan in the coming days.

Investigations continue.

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