A forensic officer collected evidence from the scene, at Delfin Drive, MacGregor, on Monday. (ABC News: Tim Swanston)
A 17-year-old boy has been charged with the murder of Brisbane doctor Luping Zeng, who was gunned down in his garage earlier this week.
The GP’s wife and two daughters were inside the home when he was shot in the chest about 11:40pm on Monday.
Detective Superintendent Tony Fleming said a 17-year-old boy has been charged with murder, attempted robbery and unlawful use and possession of a firearm.
He said he does not believe the boy was known to Dr Zeng.
“What motivated this young man will be a matter that will be put before the court,” he said.
He said police want to speak to another two men who are Caucasian and in their late teens.
“My experience tells me that those people know police are looking for them,” Detective Superintendent Fleming said.
“It’s highly likely their friends or family know.
“I would encourage them to make themselves known to police so we can hear their side of the story.”
More to come.