Browns Plain fire victims named, police confirm they visited the home hours before the blaze broke out

Update: Browns Plains fire victims named

POLICE have named the people who died in the Browns Plains house fire as Doreen Langham and her former partner Gary Hely.

Logan District Chief Superintendent Brian Swan confirmed police found the remains of two people late yesterday.

"The remains of two people were found in the debris in the unit. At this stage we are not able to identify the remains but we do believe they are Doreen Langham and former partner Gary Hely," he said.

Chief Superintendent Swan said police had visited the home hours before the blaze broke out.

"Enquiries indicate the night before the fire there was a phone call made to police, and they did attend the unit a couple hours before the fire," he said.

He said Ms Langham had made a call to police on Sunday evening sometime after 9pm.

"Police attended after midnight ... and police conducted some enquiries at the scene, this will be examined in detail in the coronial investigation," he said.

Chief Superintendent Swan said the state coroner and Corruption and Crime Commission would investigate the matter.

Earlier this month a temporary protection order was issued by Beenleigh Magistrates Court.

"I am aware that some reports of breaches were made. The full extent of the breaches will form part of the coronial brief," he said.

Families of the deceased had been notified and they had asked the media for privacy.